Small Business Tax

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If you’ve often wanted to advertise on TV but found it too expensive, you might look into a growing crop of online companies that can make it easier—and more affordable—to create commercials and buy airtime.
The IRS has issued new guidelines clarifying what kind of commercial-building improvements qualify for tax incentives available through the recently enacted Energy Policy Act of 2005.
With hurricane season here and memories of last year’s natural disasters still fresh in our minds, the IRS has released recordkeeping tips for taxpayers.
Taxing gains on show business memorabilia
Believe it or not, even teenagers can take advantage of tax-saving retirement plans.
Five-year holding periods for Roth IRAs don't technically apply to withdrawals
Country club dues as deductable business expenses?
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.
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)
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.
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