Small Business Tax

Section 179 vehicles should be a key part of your small business tax deduction strategies. Can Section 179 property fit in with your business tax strategies?

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Many small businesses believe that they need every customer they can get. And for some, that may be true. But, in most cases, you may be better off telling certain high-maintenance clients and customers to take their business elsewhere.
These 20 questions aren’t a game to trifle with. This list, designed to help you determine a worker’s classification, has evolved from various court cases and IRS rulings over the years.
TV advertising isn’t only for big businesses. Cable providers want your business, and they can help you create affordable commercials.
Are you—or one of your family or friends—being shipped overseas for jobrelated reasons? It’s important to know that income earned while working abroad is still subject to U.S. income tax.
If you run a small business or own stock in an up-and-coming company, you may be in line for two little-known tax breaks.
If you’re able to retire with a small fortune in your company retirement plan, you’re way ahead of the game. But too much of a good thing can turn into a bad thing. Specifically, if you should die with most of your nest egg intact, your family could get walloped by income tax, on top of a hefty estate-tax bill.
Suppose your business has patented various processes or products that are vital to its existence. Now, you have to obtain another company’s proprietary information in order to expand your operation.
It’s been going on for years: Business owners frequently clash with the IRS over worker classifications.
Are you the proud parent of a soon-to-be college graduate? You might want to give your child a large cash gift to celebrate the occasion. But if the money isn’t used for the child’s “support,” the gift won’t help you secure a dependency exemption for the child on your 2006 return.
Are you waiting until the last minute to file your tax return? Maybe you’re putting things off because you figure you’ll have to pay Uncle Sam a tidy sum. At least you can still put a good-size dent in your tax bill at this late date. Here’s a sampling of seven prime-time opportunities for tax-return procrastinators.