Small Business Tax Deduction Strategies

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If the IRS audits your return, it can slap you with a back tax bill, interest and penalties. But you may be able to avoid the penalty portion if you can prove that you relied on the advice of a competent tax professional.
When it comes to avoiding IRS penalties, the best offense is a good defense: Avoid being assessed penalties in the first place.
You’ll owe more than just back taxes and penalties if you file late or incorrectly. The IRS can charge interest on your underpayment amount.
You can’t generally deduct the cost of commuting back and forth between your home and work; that’s treated as a nondeductible personal expense. But with a bit of creativity, you can still claim generous tax deductions for certain types of local driving.
Do reward points count towards taxable income?
What the tax law takes away with one hand, it often gives with the other.
It’s too late to do anything about the amount you’ll owe on your 2005 tax return … right? Wrong! You can still slash your tax bill by zeroing in on tax breaks that usually fall by the wayside if you’re operating on cruise control.
Make the most of your business return
If you’ve been filing a paper tax return for years or you simply let your accountant handle the whole thing, you may be intrigued by the possibility of completing your entire tax return on your computer and then filing online. Should you do it?
In the waning days of last year, the president inked the Gulf Opportunity Zone Act of 2005. This new legislation, following close on the heels of the Katrina Emergency Tax Relief Act (KETRA), includes various tax measures benefiting victims of Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma.