Small Business Tax

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You may suffer a severe case of sticker shock the next time you’re shopping for a car. However, the federal income tax depreciation deductions available to business drivers for vehicles placed in service in 2006 have barely increased or stayed the same.
Suppose you slip on your basement steps and severely injure your back. You’re forced to stay home and can’t fend for yourself.
If property values have declined in the area of your recently-inherited loan, can you deduct the loss after you sell it?
Can you claim expenses for a non-dependent relative?
Can we regain S corp status for tax reasons?
The IRS continues to be inundated with tax-return claims that are ill-advised or flat out bogus.
The IRS has addressed the tax consequences of environmental cleanup costs in several rulings. Although the details differ, the basic thrust is the same: Cleanup costs generally must be capitalized, which means your business earns no current tax benefit for the expenses.
How are your children ever going to buy a nice home in a desirable area? One solution: Enter into an equity-sharing arrangement with your child.
With the alternative minimum tax (AMT) becoming a maximum nuisance for many taxpayers, it’s smart to recognize the AMT danger zones early. But the AMT “stealth tax” can also blindside investors who normally don’t face AMT problems.
The answer to the age-old question above depends on many factors, not just taxes. But now that first year bonus depreciation deductions are a thing of the past (they expired after 2004), the pendulum has swung in a new direction.