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Small Business Tax Deduction Strategies

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Have you volunteered to take in a foster child? Besides doing a good deed, you may be in line for tax breaks.
The IRS recently released the depreciation dollar limits for business vehicles placed in service in 2017.
Have you finally made it big in the business world? You might enjoy your success by buying skybox seats for your favorite local sports team. Unfortunately, however, the tax law imposes strict rules on deductions for so-called entertainment facilities, including skyboxes.
The forecast for tax reform this summer remains cloudy. Strategy: Continue to rely on current law. At this point, you can still make tax moves this summer to improve your tax outlook, whether or not Congress eventually passes tax reforms.
The IRS often contests deductions for charitable donations of property in court. When the stakes are especially high, it sticks to the strict letter of the law.
President Trump and Republican leaders in Congress have rightly complained that corporate tax rates in the U.S. are among the highest in the world. But some companies have it even worse than most.
Turn misfortune into tax savings. Depending on your situation, you might qualify for one, two or even three tax breaks.
Depreciation is a tax deduction for the wear and tear and deterioration of property used in business activities. It effectively enables you to “recover” the cost of certain property over time for tax purposes.
The owner of a defunct S corporation tried to mitigate the tax damage by deducting the 100% penalty payment as a business expense. But the Tax Court shot down the argument.
Suppose you and your spouse plan on staying at a nice hotel during a business trip. If there’s a business purpose for the travel, you can still write off the cost attributable to the other person, even though you don’t work together.
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