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Small Business Tax

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Q. In the past, I’ve done a lot of business driving in my car: about 25,000 miles a year. But because of gas prices, I’ve cut down this year. Will this cause any problems?
Home office deductions may undergo a makeover in the near future. The IRS is working on a simplified method for computing write-offs.
Q. In a recent article on filing gift-tax returns, you seem to give conflicting advice. What is the safe thing to do--to file the return or not?
You know that your company can deduct any of your or your employees’ travel expenses related to business
activities.
Ring up telephone-tax refunds. If you don’t like clutter, throw away those old telephone bills.
Two new tax laws passed this year —the Tax Increase Prevention and Reconciliation Act (TIPRA) and the Pension Protection Act (PPA) — have added a few new wrinkles to the mix.
Despite conventional wisdom, year-end planning isn’t just for personal tax savings. Your business can do plenty between now and Dec. 31 to cut its tax bill.  Nine tips:
You can make some tax-wise choices in your financial affairs to improve the outlook for this year and future years. Here are several ideas.
Expect Congress to return after Election Day for a lame-duck session that could revive certain favorable tax provisions that officially expired at the beginning of the year.
The IRS recently outlined efforts to close an estimated $290 billion tax gap on unreported income. Businesses of all sizes can also expect closer scrutiny.
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