Small Business Tax Deduction Strategies
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.
Most states allow you to take a tax deduction or credit for buying long-term care insurance. Here’s a breakdown of those tax breaks, according to an AARP analysis.
If you own a second home in a resort area and you’re using the place less often than before, why not turn that beach cottage or mountain cabin into a revenue producer by renting it out? This can turn out to be a tax-efficient strategy.
The answer to the age-old question above depends on many factors, not just taxes. But now that first-year bonus depreciation deductions are a thing of the past (they expired after 2004), the pendulum has swung in a new direction.
If you’ve invested a lot of your retirement plan funds in your employer company stock (including a company you own), you may be in line for a big future payday. When it comes time to retire, you can choose to cash out by having your retirement account sell the stock, or you might decide to simply take your payout in the form of company stock. Which is best?
The U.S. Tax Court continues to be cold as ice to U.S. citizens working in Antarctica.
Wondering about restrictions on claiming tax deductions for work performed by foreigners?
If you’re able to retire with a small fortune in your company retirement plan, you’re way ahead of the game. But too much of a good thing can turn into a bad thing. Specifically, if you should die with most of your nest egg intact, your family could get walloped by income tax, on top of a hefty estate-tax bill.
Suppose your business has patented various processes or products that are vital to its existence. Now, you have to obtain another company’s proprietary information in order to expand your operation.
It’s been going on for years: Business owners frequently clash with the IRS over worker classifications.
I gave away appreciated stock to charity to avoid tax on the gain. But now, I want to buy the same stock again. Does this violate the wash-sale rule? A.M.A., Lynbrook, N.Y.