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Small Business Tax

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.

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The IRS can disallow deductions for travel expenses, including those for business car use, if you don’t keep adequate records.
What can you do if you miss the deadline for an IRA rollover? Now it’s easier for certain taxpayers to avoid a tax catastrophe.
The IRS has issued new proposed Section 2704 regulations relating to transfers of business interests to family limited partnerships, and they are not taxpayer-friendly.
The “sharing economy” ... Carrying back NOLs ... Paying tax on lottery winnings ... The Mobile Workforce Tax Simplification Act ... Cyberattacks on tax pros.
Do your children help out at the office while they’re off from school? You can reward them at the same time you save tax overall.
If you fail to pay enough tax during the year through withholding and quarterly installments, you’ll owe an interest charge penalty on top of the regular tax bill.
The presidential election is expected to be close between the two main opponents. Compare the tax proposals pitched by both candidates.
The end of the year is the optimal time to assess your personal tax situation.
Deducting for free legal services ... Captial gain breaks for NUA ... Social Security tax ... Home sale exclusion
Review plan beneficiaries ... Ordinary and necessary expenses ... Taxes for Olympic medals ... Audit changes for partnerships ... IRS and AICPA tangle
How does your company attract and retain the “best and brightest”? It may help to offer some appealing fringe benefits, like an educational assistance plan.
Whom should you name as the beneficiaries when you convert a traditional IRA to a Roth?

The Pokémon GO app has gamers hunting targets up and down city streets. Of course, wherever goods and services are involved, taxes won’t be far behind.

If you’re tempted to buy the latest computer as soon as it hits the market, think wisely about what to do with your obsolete model.
There’s no limit to how often you can use the federal income tax exclusion for gain from selling a principal residence.
Do you have the itch to launch a new business venture? Make sure that you understand all of the tax implications.
Charitable donations and the IRS ... E-cigarette taxes ... Casualty losses ... National Taxpayer Advocate ... Cybercrime
Benefits double dip?; Final RMD; SUV tax break
Are you a self-employed taxpayer who pays quarterly installments of estimated tax? You may be paying Uncle Sam more than you have to right now.

Are you hoping to launch a new business venture without risking a fortune? The “modern” way of obtaining working capital is to initiate a crowdfunding effort. But the IRS has been silent on the tax ramifications for recipients—until now.

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