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Small Business Tax Strategies

The IRS has announced a new system for allowing people who owe back taxes to apply online for a payment agreement.

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After numerous split-offs and mergers: Computing your basis for taxable gains and/or losses can turn into a nightmare.

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Q.  My wife earns $50,000 a year and I earn about $100,000 annually. Now, I’m trying to start a sideline business. If the business has no income in 2006, can I still use the Section 179 write-off?

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Q.  I work out of my house as a sole proprietor. If I have the house painted and have other repairs made, can I deduct any part of the cost?

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Q.  According to your write-up on the pension law, the law didn’t extend other tax breaks such as R&D costs. Does that mean those breaks are eliminated for 2006?

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Q.  We’re interested in using a Section 529 plan for our youngest child, but is it too late to set up one for our oldest son, who is age 16?

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Q.  My father owned several stocks when he died, but we can’t find the certificates in any of his personal effects. Are we out of luck?

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If you inherit an IRA from your spouse, you have several options at your disposal. For instance, you can roll over the funds to an IRA of your own.Unlike a nonspouse beneficiary, you’re not required to take distributions from the IRA until after you reach age 701/2.

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Are your employees in a rut? It’s easy for them to fall into the trap of going through the motions. Here’s a way you can lift their spirits without giving away the farm.

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In a roller-coaster year for the equities markets—like the one we’re having now—keeping your equilibrium is difficult. But here’s a way that seasoned investors can benefit if prices rise while securing a measure of protection if prices fall:

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