From travel expenses to paying wages to family members, there's no limit to what people will try to write off at tax time for the sake of their business. But where do you draw the line? Which write-offs you're trying to write off go too far?
Every tax-filing season, most Americans go on a quest to find as many tax deductions as possible. At the same time, many small business owners and independent contractors leave money on the table because they fear that certain tax deductions will draw the attention of auditors.
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If you use your home for business, there are expenses you can deduct on your tax return. The home office deduction is available to both home owners & renters alike. The home must be used by a self-employed individual or an employee who works from home for his employer's convenience.
Anyone starting a new business should be aware of his or her federal tax responsibilities. Here are several things you should know if you plan on opening a new business this year.
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You can't assume an increase in revenues leads to increased profits. Sometimes an increase in revenues has no effect or a negative effect on profits.
Having to deal with bookkeeping matters will mean that your focus will be pulled away from more important things like acquiring new customers and getting your company name out there.
If you filed your taxes with the IRS on time this year and were due back money in the form of a tax refund, there's a good chance you have received that refund check by now—either via direct-deposit or in your mailbox.