Small Business Tax

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The SSA Office of the Chief Actuary projects that the Social Secu­­rity wage base will increase from $113,700 for 2013 to $115,500 for 2014.
Q. My partner has convinced me to buy iPads for all our employees. Can we deduct the full cost? S.B., Cincinnati
The Section 179 deduction is as good as it’s ever been. The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (ATRA) extended the maximum allowance to $500,000 through tax years beginning in 2013. Strategy: Stretch to buy extra equipment this year.
You’re probably well aware of the benefits of using a Section 529 to save money for a child’s college education. But you may not know how to bulk up a child’s account faster without any gift tax problems. Here's how.
If you conduct administrative duties at home and you have no other fixed location where you conduct such activities, you can qualify for home office deductions. The rules in this area were changed by the Tax­­payer Relief Act of 1997 in the wake of a land­­mark Supreme Court case. Now it’s easier for self-employed individuals to take write-offs.
The recent Supreme Court ruling striking down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) will have wide-ranging federal tax implications. Significantly, same-sex married couples will generally be eligible to file joint returns.
Usually, a small business owner works long hours at his or her trade. But you might own a significant interest in another business operation, or perhaps your main business, where you mostly sit on the sidelines. Strategy: Turn your “passive” busi­­ness interest into an “active” one.
The tax law says that you can deduct the cost of traveling between two business locations. But no deduction is generally allowed for “commuting” between your home and workplace. Accordingly, in a new case, the Tax Court denied a deduction to a taxpayer, even though he traveled a great distance to work each day.
In response to the scandal involving tax-exempt applications by conservative groups, acting IRS Commissioner Daniel Werfel has released a new report outlining several ways the IRS can correct its flaws.
An article in the June 2013 issue of Forbes magazine certainly raised a few eyebrows in tax circles. According to the writer, William Baldwin, affluent retirees earning hundreds of thousands of dollars a year may actually pay zero federal income tax this year.
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