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.
The IRS has released an updated list of 275,000 organizations that have lost their tax exemption because they haven’t filed tax returns for at least three years. It believes that most of the organizations are now defunct. Nevertheless, the IRS has provided procedures allowing these charities to obtain reinstatement.
Now that Congress has finally approved a debt ceiling agreement, you can expect another issue to gridlock both chambers now: tax reform.
Should you invest in the stock of your own company through your 401(k) or other retirement plan? It makes perfect sense because you’re effectively betting on yourself. To sweeten the deal, you might be able to buy the stock at a substantial discount. Best of all, you may be in line for a future tax bonanza.
Q. I remember reading that serial LLC filings are not permitted by the IRS. Are there any new developments?
Don’t forget about a special tax credit for small businesses buried in the massive health care legislation passed in 2010. Determine if your small business qualifies for the credit. The credit can offset part of the cost of providing health insurance to your staff.
Q. Do we have to deduct $500 from our casualty loss deduction in a disaster area?
Q. I’ve shifted from being self-employed to a corporation. Can my company pay the FICA tax being withheld from my paychecks?
In what has become an annual rite of passage, the IRS has issued its list of the “dirty dozen tax scams” for 2011. Here’s what you should be avoiding.
Q. My friend insists he’s better off passing up the capital gains rate for bigger deductions. Is that possible?
The IRS bowed to public pressure and increased the standard mileage rate for business drivers midway through the year. The rate of 51 cents per mile (plus tolls and parking fees) jumped to 55.5 cents per mile effective July 1.