Small Business Tax

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Suppose you help support an elderly relative such as a parent, in-law or favorite aunt or uncle. Frequently, you can’t claim the relative as a dependent because of the tax-law limits.

Should you deduct state and local income taxes on your 2015 return or instead write off the general state and local sales taxes you paid last year? The IRS gives you a choice.
Do you own a vacation home that you personally use all the time? You could be in line for a unique tax break.
The recently passed Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act preserves a big tax incentive for investing in a small business.
Perhaps an elderly relative—say, a parent or in-law—has moved to a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) to receive the daily assistance he or she needs.
Questions about lumps sums, prior returns, jewelry donations and helping a child buy a home.
Do you own undeveloped real estate that you would like to preserve in its pristine state?
Here's a roundup of happenings in tax returns, ACA fees and tax law.
In this election year, taxes are—as usual—a prime consideration. If you earn a paycheck, you'll want to check out what the candidates have in mind.
Instead of spending hours figuring out your home office deduction, the IRS allows you to use a shortcut simplified method.