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Small Business Tax Deduction Strategies

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 lines between “working” and “retirement” are blurring. Nowadays, many employees are likely to stay on in some limited capacity. Amend your company retirement plan to accommodate a “phased-in” retirement.

Texas employers who had paid taxes into the Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund are set to receive approximately $320 million in refunds ...

Here are some of the key changes in the new “small biz” tax law, the Small Business and Work Opportunity Tax Act of 2007.

The new tax law signed on May 25, 2007, may send shivers down your spine. Reason: For the second time in a year, Congress extended the dreaded “kiddie tax” reach.

Under New York’s new Workers’ Compensation Reform law, employers who underreport payroll or misclassify employees by downplaying their duties face the same fines as companies with no workers’ comp coverage ...

Congress passed the Iraq funding bill, which includes an increase in the minimum wage and related small business tax breaks. Key provisions include:

The Senate Budget Committee approved a bill May 24 that would grant paid family leave to the employees of most New Jersey businesses ...

Q. Our plant manager wants to implement a policy requiring employees to pay for lost or damaged equipment through payroll deductions. Can we do that?

Q. In this morning’s mail I received a letter from some group I have never heard of, asking for payroll information on an employee. The letter said, “This information is necessary to enforce court-ordered child support.” It does not say that it is a subpoena or a garnishment, and there is no court order or any kind of a waiver from the employee. I have already tossed it in the trash, but I don’t want to do something wrong. Do I need to dig it out?—S.W.

The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas has dismissed a lawsuit filed by an employer against its employment practices liability insurance company because the employer didn’t tell the insurer about an EEOC complaint right away ...

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