Small Business Tax

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The IRS refused to back off its plans to shut down two key services for tax pros.
Is your son or daughter getting married this fall? Even though you might be losing a personal tax exemption, your child may benefit from filing a joint tax return with his or her spouse. The “marriage penalty” often doesn’t apply to newlyweds who recently graduated.
Sometimes it pays to be just “average.” If your deductions line up close to the average for taxpayers in your income category, you’re more likely to fly under the IRS’ radar.
According to the National Taxpayer Advocate (NTA), the problems facing the IRS due to the “Tea Party scandal” are just the tip of the iceberg.
The heads of the two main tax-writing committees in Congress crisscrossed the United States this summer to solicit feedback about potential tax reform and ways to simplify the tax code.
Q. I’ve heard about a new tax on medical devices. Will this affect me in 2014? J.M.G., San Bernardino, Calif.
Q. I’ve had a home office for several years. Do I owe any tax if I sell the home? A.L., Manhasset, N.Y.
Q. I have several IRAs and I’m in my 70s. Do I have to take a set percentage from each one? I.S., Atlanta
Sooner or later, you're going to start thinking about handing over the reins of your business to the younger generation. Here's how to avoid a big tax hit when transferring ownership.
Q. My daughter works for a nonprofit. Based on a recent article, can she deduct her travel expenses? B.Z., Millburn, N.J.
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