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?

Let Business Management Daily help you get each and every rental property depreciation credit and business tax deduction you’re entitled to.

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Congress is considering reforming (permanently, this time) the confusing federal estate-tax law. But don't wait for Congress to act before revisiting your personal estate plan. Changes already scheduled to take effect at year-end hasten the need to dust off your family's estate plan later this year, regardless of Congress's actions.

Is income from a trust taxed as ordinary income?
Two separate studies have found that people aren’t taking advantage of two very basic breaks from work: lunch and vacation. A May survey of 1,000 office workers found that more than half of them take 30 minutes or less for lunch.
Combined income from marriage can stop you from converting a Roth IRA
IRS officials have secured a third-party summons to identify users of PayPal because they think the popular Internet transaction service is being used to evade taxes by stashing cash in overseas accounts.
If you qualify under special income limits, you can defray some college costs with an education tax credit. But it’s not only how much you pay that counts, it’s also when you pay it.
Is it worthwhile to earn money while you’re receiving Social Security benefits?
How do you figure the amount available for a partial exclusion? Multiply the available exclusion by the appropriate ratio.
Writing off car damages from a trip acting as director on the board for a charity.
Does it still make sense to use home-office deductions if the IRS is cracking down?
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