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Small Business Tax Strategies

Within a few weeks, the kids will be back at school. But they’re not the only ones who can benefit from education. Your employees might need some extra training to stay sharp.

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Hurricanes, floods and tornadoes grab all the headlines, but they aren’t the only events destroying personal property. Your home, for example, may be damaged by water pipes bursting or your car could be totaled in an accident. Those occurrences are also covered under the tax rules for personal “casualty” loss deductions.

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With an S corporation, the company’s gains and losses are your gains and losses.

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Congress has passed the new Pension Protection Act of 2006, marking the biggest changes to U.S. pension laws in more than 30 years. It extends more than 20 retirement-planning provisions, adds new restrictions for charitable deductions and affects dozens of other important tax rules.

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Annuities for 401(k)s distributed to a non-retiree who’s over 70 1/2

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Can you deduct travel expenses for transportation to a stockholders meeting?

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The IRS has admitted it goofed on tens of thousands of requests for filing extensions of 2005 returns.

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You can attract new customers—and keep them—by using a surprisingly simple technique: listening to them.

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It’s show time for trade shows. While these events provide a venue to showcase your company’s products or services, they also allow you to shrewdly gain insight into your competitors, learn from their successes and failures, and pinpoint new opportunities.

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They’re less expensive than traditional businesssupply retailers such as Staples, Office Depot and Kinko’s, which start at around 10 cents per card.

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