Small Business Tax

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Issue: Web-based payroll services for small businesses offer more features than ever, and at better prices.
Benefit: Save HR time and cut your administrative costs.
Action: Look into the ...
Last month, California software firm Hyperion began offering
its employees $5,000 toward the purchase of gas/electric hybrid vehicles, such as the Toyota Prius or Honda Insight. The 1,500-employee company budgeted ...
A little-noticed provision in the new tax law will benefit employers who are looking to settle discrimination lawsuits for the lowest possible amount.
Victorious plaintiffs in discrimination cases can now ...
Under new Treasury Department rules, it's now easier for em-ployees to buy U.S. Savings Bonds through payroll deduction. Employees can arrange for a specific amount from their paychecks to be placed ...
A little-noticed piece of a new tax law allows victorious plaintiffs in discrimination cases to take a full tax deduction for their attorney's fees and court costs. Until now, for example, ...

If you've never heard of a qualified terminable interest property (QTIP) trust, you should have.

Even if you're just a casual seller on eBay or a similar Internet auction service, you still must deal with tax consequences.

Q: A small nonprofit asked me to set up a Web site for their organization. If I don't charge any fees, can I deduct my services as a charitable contribution? G.R., New York, N.Y.

Q: When my friend retired several years ago, she did not roll over her company stock into an IRA. (She had bought some of the stock and her employer gave her some.) If she sells the stock, will it be taxed as capital gain? F.G., King of Prussia, Pa.

Q. My parents want to give my sister and me $150,000 each to help pay for our children's college expenses. (My sister and I have a total of five kids.) But the gift would come in the form of stock shares. Won't we owe a lot of tax when we sell the stock? And won't my parents have to pay gift tax? Is there a better way to handle this?

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