IRS bigwigs are predicting increased audit activity of employer retirement plans.
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.
Take home more pay. If your teen works a summer job, taxes can put a dent in his or her take-home pay.
Think you're immune from the alternative minimum tax? A new case shows how even low-income taxpayers are being hit.
Does your company need a quick capital transfusion to keep operating? If so, consider forgiving money the company owes you and treating it as a contribution to the corporation. Done properly, this is a tax-free transaction for you and the corporation.
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.
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.
Did you buy a place in the country in the days before suburban sprawl? If so, you can nail down a tax deduction this year simply by agreeing to preserve the land in its pristine state.
Why bother tracking your medical expenses? Tax rules say you can start deducting unreimbursed medical expenses only after they exceed 7.5 percent of your adjusted gross income (AGI). So if your AGI is $100,000 this year, you'd need to fork over $7,500 of your own cash before you can deduct one single nickel.