By Barbara Weltman THIS SUPPLEMENT REFLECTS CHANGES THROUGH FEBRUARY 1, 2024. IF CONGRESS ENACTS THE TAXPAYER RELIEF FOR AMERICAN FAMILIES AND … Read more about Supplement to J. K. Lasser’s 1,001 Deductions and Tax Breaks 2024
By Barbara Weltman THIS SUPPLEMENT REFLECTS CHANGES THROUGH FEBRUARY 1, 2024. IF CONGRESS ENACTS THE TAXPAYER RELIEF FOR AMERICAN FAMILIES AND … Read more about Supplement to J.K. Lasser’s Small Business Taxes 2024
That’s the question, and the way in which you arrive at an answer can be very challenging. Much has been made today about the gig economy, with many … Read more about Is a Worker an Employee or an Independent Contractor?
Last year, Fundera reported that 50% of all businesses in the U.S. operate from home, and that 60% of home-based businesses are “nonemployer” … Read more about 5 Tax Traps for Claiming a Home Office Deduction
If you’re in the market for a plug-in electric vehicle, you’re probably familiar with the benefits and drawbacks of this type of vehicle versus one … Read more about Buying an Electric Vehicle in 2024? What You Need to Know
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A question that comes up frequently is “what’s a small business?" The SBA defines a small business as one with up to 500 employees (even more for some … Read more about Labeled a Small Business? That’s Great!
For more than 25 years, I’m proud to say my tax book for small businesses has been the go-to guide for owners and their tax advisers. The 2024 edition … Read more about J.K. Lasser’s Small Business Taxes 2024: Author’s Overview
Many small businesses are thriving despite high inflation, labor shortages, and other challenges. Unfortunately, some businesses are struggling. … Read more about Recession-Proof Your Business: What to Know About Taxes if Struggling in 2023
The Inflation Reduction Act introduced or expanded various tax rules—deductions and credits—related to green energy. Basic write-offs can be … Read more about Prevailing Wage and Apprenticeship Rules that Boost Certain Tax Write-Offs
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The employee retention credit (ERC), a credit created during COVID-19, ended on September 30, 2021 (December 31, 2021, for startups), but it’s still … Read more about Employee Retention Credit Now: Where You Stand and What to Do
To claim deductions and credits for the business expenses you incur, you must have certain records, including the amount of your outlays. Without good … Read more about Ways to Simplify Tax Recordkeeping
It’s impossible these days to listen to or read the media or view social media posts without finding out something about the IRS. In 1998, Congress … Read more about 25 Years Since the IRS Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998