Small Business Tax Deduction Strategies

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If you inherit an IRA from your spouse, you have several options at your disposal. For instance, you can roll over the funds to an IRA of your own.Unlike a nonspouse beneficiary, you’re not required to take distributions from the IRA until after you reach age 701/2.
If it’s your dream to give up your whitecollar job to run a farm or raise horses in the country, you’re not alone. Many professionals living in the city or suburbs are drawn by the lure of the “simple life.” But things aren’t so simple from a tax perspective.
Is it too late to set up a Section 529 plan if your child is already 16?
The IRS continues to turn up the heat on S corporations.
The limited liability company (LLC) may seem like the new kid on the block, but it’s actually been around for almost 30 years.
With October just a few weeks away, watch out for a tax trap that could reduce depreciation deductions claimed by a small business.
If you inherit an IRA from your spouse, you have several options at your disposal. For instance, you can roll over the funds to an IRA of your own. Unlike a non-spouse beneficiary, you’re not required to take distributions from the IRA until after you reach age 70 1/2.
The “other” new tax law passed this year—the Tax Increase Prevention and Reconciliation Act (TIPRA)—has caused a great deal of grumbling among tax-savvy parents. Reason: TIPRA generally extends the “kiddie tax” an extra four years for every child.
Using a Section 179 write-off for a sideline business
It’s likely that you hold property jointly with your spouse. Unfortunately, that can lead to tax confusion when you sell, bequeath or transfer your property. Plus, seemingly innocuous withdrawals can cause tax complications if you’re not careful.