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The clock will soon strike midnight on New Year’s Eve. But you still can make a few tax moves before then to cap off a tax-saving year.
You probably contribute your fair share to charity. In fact, you might make some last-minute donations to boost your charitable deductions for 2006.
Instead of discarding old items, you might try to sell them on eBay or similar Web sites. After all, one person’s trash is another person’s gold.
Chances are, your parents or in-laws are still living in a big, sprawling place that’s worth a ton more than they paid for it. If the mortgage is paid off — or close to it — they can’t squeeze much tax juice from the home other than property-tax deductions.
Is it a strict requirement to keep a log for your laptop if you're self-employed?
If you thought bonus-depreciation deductions for businesses have been completely wiped off the books, think again.
Acquiring a competing S corp as a subsidiary.
I have a pickup truck that I initially used for personal driving. If I use the truck for business now, do I figure deductions based on the original cost?
Congress could revive certain favorable tax provisions that officially expired at the beginning of the year.
I own a vacation home at the beach. If I donate the use of the place to a church — maybe to be used in a raffle — can I deduct the contribution’s value?