475 Tax Deductions For Businesses And Self Employed Individuals

Author: Bernard B. Kamoroff
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493032194
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Are you paying more taxes than you have to? The IRS is certainly not going to tell you about a deduction you failed to take, and your accountant is not likely to take the time to ask you about every deduction you’re entitled to. As former IRS Commissioner Mark Everson admitted, “If you don’t claim it, you don’t get it. That’s money down the drain for millions of Americans.” This invaluable book, updated to reflect changes in tax law, not only lists the individual items that are deductible—from Internet domain name costs to theft losses—but also explains where to list them on your income tax form. “Tax law isn’t easy,” the author explains, “but this book is.” The twelfth edition will be completely updated to include new changes in tax law, a chapter on home-based businesses, and include a special “jump out” highlights in the A-to-Z listings for any deduction that has special rules for home-based businesses.

Write It Off Deduct It

Author: Bernard B. Kamoroff
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1630760706
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Are you paying more taxes than you have to? There are more than nineteen million home-based businesses in the United States—56 percent of all businesses—and they generate $102 billion in annual revenue. As far as the IRS is concerned, a home business is no different than any other business. But there is a difference: not only can you deduct the business expenses that every business is entitled to, you can turn personal, nondeductible expenses into tax-deductible business expenses—if you are careful to follow the rules. No tax software or accountant knows the details of your home-based business like you do, and the IRS is certainly not going to tell you about a deduction you failed to take. This invaluable book not only lists the individual items that are deductible in your home-based business—from utilities to that part of the home where you work—but also explains where to list them on your income tax forms.

Ernst Young Tax Guide 2018

Author: Ernst & Young LLP
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111938382X
Size: 74.90 MB
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Minimize your tax and maximize your 2017 return The EY Tax Guide 2018 offers professional guidance for DIY tax prep. As one of the nation's most trusted resources for tax advice, this book can help you keep more of your money while filing completely, correctly, and on time. Fully updated to reflect the latest changes to the law, this new 2018 edition cuts through impenetrable tax codes and IRS rulings to give you the answers you need quickly and easily. Whether you're a homeowner, self-employed entrepreneur, business executive, or senior citizen, you'll discover the best tax strategy for your particular situation. At-a-Glance reference sheets give you quick answers to common questions regarding new laws, breaks and deductions, and how to avoid common errors. No two tax years are alike. The laws change constantly, and even small changes can affect your return. This book cuts to the chase and tells you what's new, what it means for you, and what you can do to keep more of your money. Get up to date on changes to tax law, and how they affect you Identify breaks and deductions that can reduce your tax burden Zero in on the best tax strategy for your particular situation Find answers at a glance from globally-respected tax advisors Avoid the headaches that come with parsing IRS worksheets and documentation—EY has already done it for you! The EY Tax Guide 2018 gives you the answers you need and clarity you crave, backed by globally-trusted expertise.

Ernst Young Tax Guide 2017

Author: Ernst & Young LLP
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119248183
Size: 36.19 MB
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Authoritative, user-friendly tax help from a global leader in tax services The EY Tax Guide 2017 is the American taxpayer's essential companion, providing the answers you need alongside trusted advice from EY professionals and turning filing your taxes into a simple process. This book brings clarity and ease to an otherwise complex process, helping you see past impenetrable regulations to maximize your return. Covering issues that the normal taxpayer encounters year-in and year-out, this world-class guidebook has been updated to align with the most recent tax law changes that are often misunderstood and typically overlooked in other guides, including a new chapter with insights on the 3.8% levy on certain investment income known as the Net Investment Income Tax (NIIT). This year's guide also includes additional insight on simplified procedures for tangible property regulations and how they affect both individuals and businesses. Situational solutions offer specific advice tailored to homeowners, self-employed entrepreneurs, business executive, and senior citizens, helping you take advantage of every savings opportunity the government offers. At-a-Glance features provide quick guidance on tax breaks and overlooked deductions, new tax laws, and how to avoid common errors so you can dip in as needed and find the answers you need quickly. The EY Tax professionals keep track of tax law so you don't have to. Their in-depth knowledge and years of experience work together to help you file your taxes correctly and on time, without leaving your hard-earned money on the table. This invaluable resource will help you: Maximize your return with tax breaks and deductions See how the law has changed since last year's filing Avoid 25 common, costly preparation errors Identify 50 most overlooked deductions Get focused guidance on your specific tax situation No need to wade through volumes of IRS rulings or indecipherable accounting jargon; top-level tax advice in accessible language is an EY specialty. Make 2017 the year of frustration-free filing, and join the ranks of happy taxpayers with the EY Tax Guide 2017.

Ey Tax Guide 2015

Author: Ernst & Young
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118866967
Size: 53.29 MB
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File taxes with confidence and maximize deductions with this industry-leading guide EY Tax Guide 2015 is your solution for a streamlined filing process. Authoritative and easy to follow, this trusted guide is designed to be accessible for individuals who need help navigating these turbulent financial times, providing information that can maximize deductions and avoid mistakes. Reference tables allow for quick look-up of useful information, including changes to tax law, common errors, and tax breaks, while the Special Content index points you toward answers for homeowners, senior citizens, investors, military personnel, entrepreneurs, and more. Fully updated for 2015, this guide even provides up-to-date tips on environmental credits for green initiatives. As global leader in tax and advisory services, it's no surprise that this EY (formerly Ernst & Young) guide has been rated the #1 choice in tax prep by USA Today. Distilling complex tax information into straightforward language, this resource is essential reading for anyone preparing to file a federal income tax return. You'll find hundreds of examples illustrating how tax laws work, plus sample forms and schedules that help you fill out your return step by step. We can help you save time and money as you: Discover the 50 most commonly overlooked deductions Find specific solutions to your particular circumstances Streamline the filing process with the tax organizer and tax calendar Follow a checklist of key tax breaks you may be eligible to use Preparing your own taxes doesn't have to mean wading through tax code or missing deductions. This guide contains the insight of EY professionals, plus the tools and references that can help ease the process. The EY Tax Guide 2015 provides the information you need to file your taxes yourself, with confidence.

How To Pay Zero Taxes 2018 Your Guide To Every Tax Break The Irs Allows

Author: Jeff A. Schnepper
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 126011581X
Size: 40.81 MB
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You earned it, you keep it! The #1 guide to paying less to the IRS every year. For more than three decades, How to Pay Zero Taxes has been helping people like you make tax time less draining, on both your emotions and your finances. You can save more money than you ever imagined when you have the right information—and that’s exactly what tax expert Jeff Schnepper provides. This engagingly written guide makes even most complex information easy to understand, delivering valuable advice on everything from converting personal expenses into business deductions to avoiding (or surviving) an audit. Fully updated for 2018, How to Pay Zero Taxes covers all the latest tax changes. You'll learn how to take advantage of IRS-sanctioned deductions, shelters, credits, exemptions, and more. Plus, you'll find hundreds of insider tips designed to lower your tax bill. Whether you're a tax professional or a home filer, this book will help you pay less to the IRS this year-and every year. Focus on what matters most: tax saving, not tax preparation. How to Pay Zero Taxes provides everything you need to know about: * New tax laws—including surcharges on earned and unearned income* Exemptions, credits, and exclusions * Special capital gains and dividends rules* Increased IRA and retirement plan limits* Job hunting and relocation expenses* Theft and casualty losses* Child care and elder care* Educational and Roth IRAs