Small Business Tax

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Q: I recently inherited my deceased father’s house. It’s located in an area where housing prices have actually declined. If I sell it for less than he paid for it, can I deduct the loss? J.L.S., Schenectady, N.Y.
We’re a construction company that specializes in fire- and water-damaged homes. Typical jobs consist of gutting residential homes and rebuilding. Our accountant told us that we wouldn’t qualify for the new manufacturing deduction because it applies only to new construction. Do you agree?
Don’t close the books on the 2005 tax year just yet.
Let’s compare the tax results of leasing a business building to a C corporation as opposed to the company owning the property outright.
If your S corporation doesn’t have a valid business reason for using a fiscal year, it must pay the IRS a deposit based on its tax savings.
I am a contractor in the graphic design business.One of my clients went broke and can’t pay me. I’ve read that I can deduct bad business debts. But my accountant says I can’t claim a loss. Who’s right? V.M., New Canaan, Conn.
I’m currently involved in an acrimonious divorce proceeding. Both of our attorneys are advising us to stay in the home. Since the house is in my name alone, can I claim alimony deductions for the value of this benefit? Anonymous
I recently inherited my deceased father’s house. It’s located in an area where housing prices have actually declined. If I sell it for less than he paid for it, can I deduct the loss? J.L.S., Schenectady, N.Y.
Small business owners have more time to bring their SIMPLE IRA plans up to date.
The new IRS tables for business vehicles placed in service in 2006 set the depreciation limits at a paltry $2,960 for the first year, $4,800 for the second year, $2,850 for the third year and $1,775 for each succeeding year.
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