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Small Business Tax

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The Trump administration has pledged sweeping tax reforms in 2017. But some significant tax changes are already in store.
Hobby vs. business ... Taxes on payments to baby sitter ... Deductions on stolen money ... International real estate exchanges
President Trump has vowed to repeal the federal estate tax, and the Republican-controlled Congress generally supports this proposal. Strategy: Don’t ignore state death taxes.
If you employ a household worker, you might be liable for the so-called “nanny tax.” Observe the strict letter of the law.
Do you own a vacation home that you bought for some family R&R? Maybe you’re not using the place as much now that the kids have grown up and moved away. Strategy: Rent out the home this summer.
The IRS imposes strict substantiation rules for charitable deductions on 2016 returns.
Have you contemplated a Roth IRA conversion but failed to pull the trigger? There may be plenty of reasons, including the high tax price owed on a conversion.
Embezzlement no excuse for unpaid taxes ... Enrolled agent fees going up ... Tax load heaviest on 1% ... Tax pros weigh in on “Future State” plan ... Section 199 deduction may disappear
It’s hard enough for you to save money for retirement—how are your kids going to do it?
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.
Are you stuck in the winter doldrums? Spice things up while helping your small business.
The 2016 presidential election is over, but you still have to cast votes on your 2016 tax return.
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.
Brighten your employees’ day by giving them a tax break for coming to work.
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
If your business is set up as a corporation, you may not qualify for home office deductions. But all is not lost tax wise.
Under the current rules, you may be entitled to a dependent care credit for payments for watching your kids.
Here are five important tax items on the agenda for the new administration.
Home sale exclusions ... Medicaid trusts ... Vesting schedules for 401(k)s ... State tax deductions
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