Small Business Tax

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The home-sale gain exclusion is probably the largest single federal income tax break for individuals. If you qualify, you can pocket up to a half-million dollars of tax-free profit from the sale of your home—no strings attached.
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. (Or, if the extra tax savings are worth it, you may want to file an amended return to secure those savings.)
Small business owners now 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...
The IRS audit rate continues to climb, especially for taxpayers earning more than $100,000.
Q: 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
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?
If you’ve invested a lot of your retirement plan funds in your employer company stock (including a company you own), you may be in line for a big future payday. When it comes time to retire, you can choose to cash out by having your retirement account sell the stock, or you might decide to simply take your payout in the form of company stock.
Q: 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.
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