Small Business Tax
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Here's a roundup of happenings in tax returns, revenue and IRS funding.
The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 permanently preserves several key business tax breaks, and extends numerous others.
When you give business gifts to clients, your deduction is limited to a paltry $25 per recipient—no exceptions.
The research credit has had more lives than the proverbial cat. At last count, this tax break had expired and been reinstated 16 times. But, the uncertainty often discouraged research activities.
Questions about deathbed gifts, medical exceptions for the elderly, IRA contributions and vanpools.
Perhaps you and one or more of your siblings support an elderly parent. But the problem is that none of you give enough on your own to qualify for a dependency exemption deduction. Set up a multiple support agreement.
Say you bought your home when prices in your neighborhood were sky-high, and now you’re trying to sell it. Unfortunately, there’s no tax break for a home sold at a loss. Convert the home into a rental property. If home prices in your area rebound, you can sell the home and pocket a gain. In the meantime, you can benefit from some relatively generous tax breaks for rental properties.
Thanks to a new IRS ruling, it’s going to be easier and faster for small business owners to write off tangible property.
There’s a way that your company can provide extra benefits to higher-ups like yourself without bumping up against the usual limits for qualified retirement plans.
Generally, your annual write-off for losses from passive activities is limited to your income from passive activities. In other words, you can’t claim an overall passive loss on your tax return.