Business

12 Aug

Restaurant Meals a 100% Business Deduction

The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 increased the business-meal deduction for the cost of food and beverages provided by a restaurant to 100 percent for 2021 and 2022. But not for every meal! IRS Notice from April 8 Notice 2021-25 provides guidance on the higher meal limit. What are the Requirements? For meals purchased Jan. 1, 2021 through...

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28 Jan

New PPP Loans for Businesses

Did you miss out on the first two opportunities to receive your tax-free Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) cash? Many did miss out. Why? One reason: the word “loan.” Who wants a loan? No one. Well, almost no one. But who wants a cash gift, tax-free? If you do, read on for the details. But first, you should...

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13 Nov

Year-End Tax Planning Strategies for Business Owners

That's a picture of solar panels!? What does that have to do with Tax Planning Strategies, you ask? Well, we're going to talk about ways small business owners do to lessen the tax implications for this year and/or next! Deferring Income Cash method of accounting: delaying end-of-year invoices so that income/payment is not received until 2021. Accrual method...

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08 Oct

Schedule C Losses Prime for Audit

The Treasury Inspector General of Tax Administration (TITGA) is the government tax watchdog. They perform annual audits of the IRS's programs and operations. In a recent review of the "Tax Gap", or the tax payment shortfall in relation to what is actually owed, the TITGA recommended the IRS look into taxpayers reporting Schedule C activity...

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