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Small Business Tax

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The Social Security Administration has announced an increase in the Social Security tax wage base for next year (SSA Fact Sheet 10/20/06).
As one of your company’s highest-paid employees, you probably think you deserve a bigger profit-sharing contribution than most other employees. But the tax law’s tough nondiscrimination rules can work against you.
On the plus side, Social Security benefits will increase by 3.3 percent in 2007.
Suppose you’re in the market for a new business vehicle. Normally, the dealer will agree to a trade-in value for your old auto that reduces the cash you have to shell out for the new one.
The shift in control of Congress after this month’s elections will have a significant impact on taxpayers over the next few years. What’s the tax outlook?
Life insurance is a worthwhile security blanket for well-to-do people. However, this protection can extract an unexpected tax cost for the unwary.
Q. We bought our home in 1983. Since our youngest child is entering college next fall, we want to refinance. Different mortgage lenders have given us conflicting advice. Will we be able to deduct all the mortgage interest paid on the loan after the refinancing?
In general, your annual deduction for investment-interest expense is limited to the amount of your net investment income; you must carry forward any excess. As the year winds down, you may not have enough investment income to deduct all your investment-interest expense.
Contributing both to a Roth IRA and a Roth 401(k)
If your company receives lots of incoming mail, alert your employees to the common characteristics of a “suspicious” piece of mail.
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