Small Business Tax

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You can’t generally deduct the cost of commuting back and forth between your home and work; that’s treated as a nondeductible personal expense. But with a bit of creativity, you can still claim generous tax deductions for certain types of local driving.
The IRS just released official guidance on the 2005 energy-tax law that revamps the type of tax credits you can earn for buying environmentally friendly vehicles.
How can you get the most tax-free cash from a home sale?
The wash-sale rule.
If you’re doing your annual spring cleaning, remember that one person’s junk is another person’s treasure. Be tax smart when donating your used clothes, toys, furniture and other items to a local charity.
It’s tough to qualify for a medicalexpense deduction, but it’s not impossible.
A major 2004 tax-law change put some real teeth into the “constructive receipt” rules for nonqualified deferred-compensation plans. In short, it set new requirements for employees to be able to postpone federal income tax on future payments earmarked for them under deferred-comp plans.
With college and private school tuition continuing to soar, you may be helping to pay your grandchildren’s tuition. The problem: You’ll typically have to use part of your $1 million lifetime gifttax exemption when monetary gifts to one person exceed the annual gift-tax exclusion.
Paying taxes on a 1099.
Should you name the beneficiary on your IRA document?