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Small Business Tax Strategies

It’s hard enough for you to save money for retirement—how are your kids going to do it?

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If you pulled up stakes last year due to a job change or relocation, you may be in line for a tax break on your 2016 return.

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Are you stuck in the winter doldrums? Spice things up while helping your small business.

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The 2016 presidential election is over, but you still have to cast votes on your 2016 tax return.

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If your company fails to deposit payroll taxes that were withheld from employee paychecks with the IRS, you could be personally liable for 100% of the unpaid amount.

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Brighten your employees’ day by giving them a tax break for coming to work.

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Soda tax … lower mileage rates for 2017 … The effect of the election on FLPs … New deadline for ACA reporting … Pilot program for W-2 authentication

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If your business is set up as a corporation, you may not qualify for home office deductions. But all is not lost tax wise.

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Under the current rules, you may be entitled to a dependent care credit for payments for watching your kids.

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Here are five important tax items on the agenda for the new administration.

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Home sale exclusions … Medicaid trusts … Vesting schedules for 401(k)s … State tax deductions

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These seven tax changes may be approved this year, with possible modifications by Congress.

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Don’t miss the education-saving device that often flies under the radar; it’s especially beneficial if enrolling your kids in private school.

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It’s not unusual for a small business to show a tax loss for the year, especially in the early years of operation. Fortunately, there’s a silver tax lining.

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The tax rules for substantiating business travel expenses are a major hassle, but there’s a way that employers can reduce some of the strain.

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New earnings test … Social Security benefits getting a bump … No deductions for death investigation … Casualty loss … SSA tax going up in 2017

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Even if you meet all the deadlines in our annual tax calendar, you can still land in hot water with the IRS.

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Keep this tax calendar handy for reference during the year.

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Have you contributed to a flexible spending account in 2016? If you estimated on the high side, you may have plenty of cash sitting in your account as the year draws to a close.

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