You aren't allowed to deduct the value of services you personally provide to a charity. But you can deduct the cost of someone else's services.
Small Business Tax
Section 179 vehicles should be a key part of your small business tax deduction strategies. Can Section 179 property fit in with your business tax strategies?
Let Business Management Daily help you get each and every rental property depreciation credit and business tax deduction you’re entitled to.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry unveiled his plan this month to offer small business owners a mix of tax breaks and government help in exchange for lowering health insurance costs for employees.
If you want to pay the absolute minimum to Uncle Sam, tax planning must be a year-round pursuit. With summer right around the corner, you can cash in on several key tax breaks by springing into action now. If you procrastinate until the end of the year, you'll miss out on valuable deductions and credits for yourself, your business and your family. This special report explains a dozen timely moves you should take before the leaves begin to fall.
The IRS says your company can provide free e-filing of employees' tax returns.
In colonial times, governments posted debtors' names in the town square to embarrass them into paying up. More states are doing the same thing, with a 21st century twist: They're launching Web sites that list companies and individuals who owe big back-tax bills.
Whether you received a big refund this year or owed a bunch, now's the time to alter your salary withholding or estimated tax payments so you won't run into the same situation next year.
Your company can claim the disabled access tax credit for money spent making the business more accessible to disabled people.
You've read the advertisements: Save money in the long run by replacing your regular monthly mortgage with a mortgage paid biweekly (every two weeks). It's a sound principle, and it can save you money. But don't assume it's always a slam-dunk.
Q. I'm at the stage of my life where I should reduce the size of my taxable estate. I am thinking of cashing in some mutual funds and giving the proceeds to my six grandchildren (ages 3 to 15). This should reduce my estate, and I can qualify for the gift-tax exclusion. I also want to reduce my assets in case I need to go into a nursing home, but I don't want to lose control of my funds. Does this make sense?