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.

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If you’re tempted to buy the latest computer as soon as it hits the market, think wisely about what to do with your obsolete model.
There’s no limit to how often you can use the federal income tax exclusion for gain from selling a principal residence.
Do you have the itch to launch a new business venture? Make sure that you understand all of the tax implications.
Charitable donations and the IRS ... E-cigarette taxes ... Casualty losses ... National Taxpayer Advocate ... Cybercrime
Benefits double dip?; Final RMD; SUV tax break
Are you a self-employed taxpayer who pays quarterly installments of estimated tax? You may be paying Uncle Sam more than you have to right now.

Are you hoping to launch a new business venture without risking a fortune? The “modern” way of obtaining working capital is to initiate a crowdfunding effort. But the IRS has been silent on the tax ramifications for recipients—until now.

As they near retirement, many business owners want to increase the annual amount they salt away in the company’s 401(k) plan. The problem: Due to strict nondiscrimination rules, the ability to contribute more to your account could be hampered.

There’s no question that recent tax law changes have made estate planning easier. But you’re not out of the woods quite yet.

If you’re having trouble selling your home, be aware that you can’t claim a tax loss on the sale of a principal residence.
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