Small Business Tax

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Q: My bank told me that it reports any cash deposits above $10,000 to the IRS. But that money doesn't represent taxable income from a job or an investment; it's nobody's business but my own. Does the bank have to report that? J.H., Plymouth, Mass.

Q: I own a rental home that I could sell for $100,000. Excluding land, I have depreciated $20,000. I know I have to recapture the $20,000 depreciation at 25 percent. Does it matter if I am in the 15 percent tax bracket? I.G., Louisville, Ky.

Q: We're interested in setting up an ESOP for a small corporation. Do we need a lawyer or CPA to handle the paperwork? W.S.B.

Q: I hired a contractor to build a deck on our house for $15,000. We gave him $5,000 up-front for materials, etc. Now he's skipped out and we can't find him. Can I deduct the $5,000 deposit as a casualty loss deduction? R.S., Blawenburg, N.J.

Q: I gave my daughter stock shares that I bought for $10,000. On the day I gave her the shares, they were worth about $12,000. Now, it's jumped to about $16,000, and I've advised her to sell. Is her taxable gain the full $6,000? P.L.A., Santa Barbara, Calif.

Do your aging parents live in a home that's soared in value? Chances are, they've paid off the house, so they're not claiming mortgage interest deductions anymore. Even if they still deduct mortgage interest, they're probably in a low tax bracket now, so those deductions don't do much good anyway.

Suppose business is booming and you've been able to gobble up one or more of your competitors. Your work force is growing, but that means you'll need to shell out more in payroll taxes.

The IRS recognizes that domestic abuse can cause financial, as well as physical and emotional, distress. It just issued Publication 3865, Tax Information for Survivors of Domestic Abuse.

Nobody's getting any younger. But if you own a small business and you're older than most of your employees, you may be able to max out on your retirement plan and jump-start your nest egg. That's especially true if your company doesn't have a retirement plan in place or you haven't been able to max out on plan contributions.

Starting June 27, if you set up a charitable remainder trust (CRT), you'll need to jump through new IRS hoops.