Small Business Tax

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Want to change your accounting method or need an IRS ruling about your employee retirement plan?
My business shares a warehouse with other tenants.  We have five years remaining on our lease, but the  building has 14 years left to be fully depreciated. If I  expand my part of the building, do I depreciate the cost  over 14 years instead of five? B.B., Cleveland 
I plan to leave my organs to be used for research at  a hospital. Can I deduct this gift as a current charitable  donation or, at the very least, a gift at death? P.P.,  San Antonio 
Want to change your accounting method or need an IRS ruling about your employee retirement plan?
If the 100 percent federal employment tax penalty  doesn’t strike fear in the hearts of small business  owners, it
should.
If you travel extensively on business, you know the drill:  Airlines may offer lower rates if you stay over a Saturday  night. The discount is usually worth it if you’re wrapping up  business on Friday.
I’m starting an Internet-based business with my  brother. Since our state of incorporation can be virtually  anywhere, should we incorporate in Delaware as  our home state for income tax purposes? D.J., Boulder,  Colo. 
I’ve lost money in the stock market this year, so  I expect to owe less tax than I did in ’05. Can I  decrease the tax withholding at my job to make up  some of the difference? J.G., Tuckerton, N.J.
When traveling internationally on business, a few  simple itinerary changes can help you save big on  taxes
Does your company need a quick cash transfusion to keep operating on all cylinders? That could be a problem if the company owes you money for a prior debt.