Small Business Tax
Section 179 vehicles should be a key part of your small business tax deduction strategies. Can Section 179 property fit in with your business tax strategies?
Let Business Management Daily help you get each and every rental property depreciation credit and business tax deduction you’re entitled to.
Under Section 162 of the tax code, your business can deduct a wide range of “ordinary and necessary” business expenses. This may include bona fide business management fees paid to professionals or a management firm used for this purpose. But you can’t deduct expenses just because you’ve labeled them as “management fees.”
Suppose you have unexpected medical expenses and you’ve exhausted your disposable funds. If there’s nowhere else to turn, consider an unconventional source. Strategy: Tap into your 401(k) or IRA in a pinch.
If you bought real estate years ago that has appreciated in value, you could be sitting on a king-size taxable gain when you finally sell the castle. Fortunately, there’s a way you might postpone the taxable gain until a time when you will pay a lower tax rate—or perhaps forever!
The IRS admits that it sent out thousands of faulty tax bills in July. If you received a CP2000 notice, it may include an incorrect interest calculation.
Do you own pristine land in the countryside that you would like to preserve for eternity? Strategy: Donate a “conservation easement” to a qualified charitable organization.
Although you can’t deduct the value of the services you provide on behalf of a charity, you can still claim tax write-offs relating to your activities. Here’s a rundown of several common examples.
Budget cuts at the IRS are being felt in several places. In addition to closing its doors for several extra days this summer, the agency has announced it is cutting back on private letter rulings.
Q. As the estate’s executor, can I deduct funeral expenses for a family member on his federal income tax return?
Q. I’m using the flat rate auto deduction for business travel. I had an accident costing me $3,000 out-of-pocket. Can I deduct it? K.U., Burlington, Vt.
The IRS is backing away from two e-filing services used by tax pros.