Recent tax law changes offer potentially big benefits to shareholders who want to take cash out of their closely held C corporations without sharing too much with the IRS. You can also achieve the same goal through several time-honored cash-withdrawal strategies. This special report examines today's five best ways to pull cash from your C corporation in the most tax-wise manner.
Small Business Tax Deduction Strategies
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Now that tax-filing season is over, ask yourself one simple question: How satisfied are you with your tax adviser?
Q: My son made lots of charitable contributions last year, but he usually uses only the standard deduction. Is it true that he can deduct charity deductions only if he itemizes on Schedule A? O.D., New York, N.Y.
Q: I recently acquired stock in a closely held company. Can I contribute the stock to my IRA? P.A., Hermosa Beach, Calif.
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Q: My company is being investigated for making illegal kickbacks. (I wasn't involved in the allegations.) If we are found guilty, are the payments at least tax deductible? No name, via e-mail
Take home more pay. If your teen works a summer job, taxes can put a dent in his or her take-home pay.
Does your company need a quick capital transfusion to keep operating? If so, consider forgiving money the company owes you and treating it as a contribution to the corporation. Done properly, this is a tax-free transaction for you and the corporation.
If you want to pay the absolute minimum to Uncle Sam, tax planning must be a year-round pursuit. With summer right around the corner, you can cash in on several key tax breaks by springing into action now. If you procrastinate until the end of the year, you'll miss out on valuable deductions and credits for yourself, your business and your family. This special report explains a dozen timely moves you should take before the leaves begin to fall.