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Category Archives: Tax Planning
The following is a compilation of a number of tax breaks available to self-employed individuals and/or small business owners. Some can be implemented before year’s end, providing benefits for your 2011 return, while others will provide planning opportunities for 2012. … Continue reading
There are an abundant number of provisions that provide tax relief to small businesses this year. Just so that you don’t overlook any of these benefits, or in case your business would like to position itself to take advantage of … Continue reading
In an earlier post, we focused on tax planning moves for individuals. We want to focus now on business tax planning for 2011. Print PDF
We have compiled a checklist of actions based on current tax rules that may help you save tax dollars if you act before year-end. Regardless of what Congress does late this year or early next, solid tax savings can be realized by taking advantage of tax breaks that are on the books for 2011. Continue reading
Every taxpayer has the right AND the responsibility to lower his/her tax bill using a number of different legal methods. Tax planning is the tool that helps you evaluate your financial situation in light of current laws to make sure … Continue reading
Medical expenses are deductible if you itemize your deductions. However, there is a limit on how much of those medical expenses can be deducted based upon your income for the year. Currently, only medical costs that exceed 7.5% (10% if … Continue reading
The 2009 edition of the tax planning guide is now available on our website. Click here for a pdf version. Just be sure to stay tuned to our blog, emails and Twitter feed. As legislation changes we will be posting … Continue reading
The new “Making Work Pay” tax credit is being paid to taxpayers in advance through reduced payroll withholding. The reduction was accomplished by tweaking the payroll withholding tables, which does not consider all specific tax circumstances. You may not have … Continue reading