A careful approach to keeping business records can protect your tax deductions and help make an IRS audit much less difficult. Here are two cases to illustrate some of the issues involved.
Entrepreneurs be aware: Not all start-up expenses can be deducted on your federal tax return right away. Some may have to be amortized over time.
April 18 isn’t only the income tax return deadline. It’s also the gift tax return deadline for people who made large gifts last year. Find out if you’re required to file a 2021 gift tax return this April. (Note: you may want to file one anyway).
To help ensure financial security in retirement, saving now on a tax-favored basis is a smart move. And if you qualify, you still have time to contribute to an IRA or SEP and save on your 2021 tax return.
If you’re deducting a charitable contribution on your tax return of $250 or more, you need a written acknowledgment from the charity. What if you haven’t yet received a letter for a charitable donation you made in 2021? Here are the rules.
Owners of restaurants and bars have had a rough couple of years due to the pandemic. Keep in mind that employers in the food and beverage industry may be eligible for a valuable tax break with the FICA tip credit. Here’s how it works.
College is expensive and you may have taken student loans to pay for it. Can you deduct the interest you pay on these loans? Here are the rules.
One of your new year’s resolutions may be to take better care of your health. But can you deduct your out-of-pocket medical costs on your tax return?
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