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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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If you travel extensively on business, you probably know the drill: Either the airline or hotel, or both, may offer a lower rate if the stay includes a Saturday night. It’s not as prevalent as it was years ago, but Saturday night stay savings are still around.

There’s a way you can make your charitable donations count while maximizing the tax benefits allowed under law.
Are you planning to take a refresher course at a local school?
If you sell your business, you might owe a hefty income tax on the appreciated interest. Saving grace: At least you may be able to avoid the 3.8% Medicare surtax on net investment income (NII), depending on the exact circumstances. But what about your kids and other family members who are shareholders? They could get walloped by the surtax.
If you own your life insurance policy, the proceeds will generally be included in your taxable estate for federal estate tax purposes when you die.
Congress has “huffed and puffed” in recent years and threatened to blow down the tax break for like-kind exchanges. But it hasn’t happened yet.

You’re the boss of your C corporation business, so you can simply pay yourself as much as you want, right? Wrong.

Education scam; Caregiver gift?; IRS hot seat
Flex spending; Home-made mortgage; Medical deduction
Typically, you can provide protection for your family by securing life insurance coverage. But how much will they actually receive after Uncle Sam claims his fair share? It depends on how you handle things.
If you’re getting a divorce, you could be heading into financial jeopardy.
The IRS is cracking down on businesses that misclassify workers as independent contractors instead of employees.
Although your income may be too high to qualify for deductible IRA contributions, you can still contribute money to your traditional IRA year after year.
A new law signed in 2015, the Bipartisan Budget Act, closed two key Social Security loopholes.
Get Transcripts app; IRS hiring; TIGTA reports
If you don’t want your teenage child lounging around this summer while school is out, you can find a tax-wise solution.
One of the most onerous provisions in the tax code imposes personal liability for unpaid employment taxes on small business owners and managers.
We’ve all heard horror stories about wealthy individuals who have an entire lifetime’s fortune quickly drained by extended nursing home stays.
We’re going to let you in on one of the best-kept tax-saving secrets for small business owners that is in the tax law.
Energy credits; medical expenses; teacher's helper; heavy-duty vehicle
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