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Country club dues as deductable business expenses?
Taxing gains on show business memorabilia
Five-year holding periods for Roth IRAs don't technically apply to withdrawals
Good news: The IRS has just expanded the activities qualifying for Section 199 “manufacturing” deductions and liberalized other provisions starting in the 2006 tax year. The changes arrived in much-anticipated final IRS regulations released recently. (IRS Regulation-111578-06)
On their 2006 returns, companies may deduct 3 percent of the lesser of their qualified production activity income (QPAI) or their taxable income. The deduction percentage will increase to 6 percent next year; then 9 percent in 2010.
Congress continues to debate the fate of estate taxes. It’s anybody’s guess as to whether or not lawmakers will iron out a compromise.
“The HERO Act” creates retirement saving opportunities for armed forces members.
The Tax Increase Prevention and Reconciliation Act offers parents great impetus to fund a child’s higher education through a Section 529 college savings plan.
If you’re planning to send your children to a baseball, soccer or other “specialty” camp this summer while you and your spouse work, save your receipts.
The feds have finally thrown in the towel: After suffering a string of losses in the appellate courts, the IRS concedes that long-distance phone services aren’t subject to federal excise tax. (IRS Notice 2006-50)
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