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.

As things stand now, the “bonus depreciation” deduction and doubled Section 179 deduction included in last year’s economic stimulus law last for just one year. But Congress might agree to extend the deadline longer ...

An old-fashioned idea, bartering, is making a comeback among small business owners. And since no cash passes hands, you don’t have to pay any tax on the deal ... right? Wrong.

Here are the key tax-filing deadlines for 2009. Keep this tax calendar handy for reference throughout the year.

You’re legally obligated to make the business premises accessible to disabled individuals. But it’s possible to defray part of the expense with some smart tax planning.
Instead of discarding old items, you might try to sell them on eBay or similar Web sites. Do you face any tax consequences with these types of sales? Maybe.

The IRS has issued final regulations and related guidance governing the disclosure of tax return information by paid tax preparers. They officially take effect for disclosures and the use of return information after Dec. 31, 2008.

Q. I want to consolidate my IRAs in one place. Can I roll over a few IRAs and the retirement plans of previous employers to a Fidelity account this year?

Two Brooklyn grocers have been charged with underpaying workers by more than $300,000 and falsifying business records. Bienvenido Nuñez, president of the Associated Supermarket in Bushwick, and Martin Duran, vice president, allegedly paid no wages to baggers, who worked for tips ...

Senate Bill 334, which became Ohio law in October, eliminated a significant financial burden for roughly 40,000 Ohio employers that were paying workers’ compensation premiums twice to cover out-of-state workers.

The federal “bailout law” extends a variety of tax breaks that had expired after 2007. Generally, the extensions continue through 2009. Here’s how you can take advantage of the tax goodies under the tree this year.