Small Business Tax
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It’s been going on for years: Business owners frequently clash with the IRS over worker classifications.
I’ve been advised by an accountant to pass up a home-office deduction because of the audit risk. Also, he says I would owe tax on the home office when I sell my home. What do you think? G.P., Marietta, Ohio
Under pressure from Congress, the IRS now says it will notify people when their refunds are withheld due to fraud suspicion.
Last year, the IRS announced a new rule that would require people to gain their spouse’s written approval before establishing a charitable
Avoid audit by reading IRS “playbook.”
I headed up a freelance-consulting
project last year in which I subcontracted out part of the work. Now
I’ve received a 1099 for the full amount paid for the project. Do I
have to pay tax on the whole amount? L.W.C., Modesto, Calif.
I gave away appreciated stock to charity to avoid tax on the gain. But now, I want to buy the same stock again. Does this violate the wash-sale rule? A.M.A., Lynbrook, N.Y.
I use a corporate credit card to pay
business expenses, including inventory items. I’ve racked up a lot of
reward points that I’ll use for both business travel and personal
travel. Do these points count as taxable income? J.W.
If you’re a high-end taxpayer with a low tolerance for tax pain, you’d be wise to check out a new mutual fund product from Wall Street.
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.