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?
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Q. I picked up $12,000 of my mother’s medical rehab expenses that weren’t covered by insurance. Can I deduct those? M.T.G., Van Nuys, Calif.
If you’re selling a prime piece of real estate, you can probably get top dollar in today’s market. But it may be worthwhile to structure the deal so you receive payments over several years.
After the S&P Municipal Bond Index posted an annual return of 9.26% in 2014, most investment gurus predicted a fallback in 2015, and early results bear this out. Strategy: Don’t count out municipal bonds (commonly called “munis”).
Q. My business partner says an important new ruling was issued on deducting the cost of certain capital improvements. Do you know what he is talking about? J.J., Lodi, N.J.
Q. I have a small apartment in a high-rent part of town. Can I qualify for home office deductions?
Q. I gave a long-time employee a gift of stock in 2014 valued at $10,000. Is this a problem?
The preferential federal income tax treatment for qualified dividends is well known. But many taxpayers believe that the tax benefits are limited to dividends received from U.S. companies. Expand your investment horizons. This tax break also includes dividends received from qualified foreign corporations.
Q. Can I reduce my estate by giving gifts of stock from my company?
The IRS has released new depreciation dollar limits for passenger business vehicles and light trucks and vans placed in service in 2015.
Q. If I take a payout from my 401(k), do I qualify for 10-year averaging?