Small Business Tax

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You’ve worked hard to build up a nest egg to leave to your heirs. But have you considered the possibility of an extended stay at a nursing home?
Thanks to a new law passed last year, you can take a lifetime tax credit up to $500 for the cost of energy-efficient improvements to your home. The key word is credit, which is a dollar-for-dollar reduction of your tax bill—much better than a simple deduction.
Most states allow you to take a tax deduction or credit for buying long-term care insurance. Here’s a breakdown of those tax breaks, according to an AARP analysis.
Don’t close the books on the 2005 tax year just yet. Higher-income families who filed for an extension on their individual returns may still be able to slip through a newly discovered, unintended tax loophole to trim even more taxes.
If you own a second home in a resort area and you’re using the place less often than before, why not turn that beach cottage or mountain cabin into a revenue producer by renting it out? This can turn out to be a tax-efficient strategy.
Will a grandson be taxed for income earned from an account set up by grandparents who do not claim him as a dependent?
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.
Qualifying for the new manufacturing deduction.
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.
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.