Small Business Tax

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Last January, Congress voted to let businesses and taxpayers deduct donations for Asian-tsunami relief on their 2004 returns as long as they made the donation by Jan. 31, 2005.
Each year, Congress and the IRS throw a few new ingredients into the tax-return stew. Here are some key tax-law changes that will affect your 2005 business returns.
Sadly, the bonus depreciation rules have expired. That means you’re stuck with regular depreciation deductions under the Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System (MACRS), which requires you to write off business equipment over several years. Don’t despair.
If you started or acquired a new business last year, you can earn a one-time boost on your 2005 return. How? Claim an instant write-off for part or all of your qualified start-up expenses.
Individual taxpayers aren’t the only ones who should fear the dreaded alternative minimum tax (AMT). C corporations also can be blindsided by this stealth tax.
A buy/sell agreement can be a valuable estate-planning tool for business owners.
At which point do I have to pay self-employment tax?
From which point in time do you value stocks in paying estate taxes?
What happens to an unsigned tax return?
At which point do you no longer qualify as a first-time home-buyer?
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