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Taxes are life’s single biggest expense. Yet, like most expenses, paying taxes is a choice that you make. This is the principle of “The Net” which states, “It’s not what you make, it’s what you keep that matters.” It’s not that you get to choose if you should or should not pay taxes. It is, however, a matter of making Better, Smarter, Safer tax-efficient financial decision
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Tax PlanningBradford Tax InstituteAre you thinking about starting a new business? If so, congratulations. We know it can, and probably will, be an exciting ride. But like many other exciting rides starting or buying your own business can be fraught with dangers, not...
Tax PlanningBradford Tax InstituteAre you using IRS mileage rates for your business vehicle? I have a new tool that can tell us whether the mileage rates are a good deal for your taxes. With this tool, I look at the entire life of your vehicle, including any gain or...
Tax PlanningBradford Tax InstituteTax deductions put cash in your pocket and make you smile. Capitalized business acquisition expenses don't make you smile because they generally produce no tax cash benefit until you get out of the business, if ever. And then that...
Tax PlanningBradford Tax InstituteWhen you know the rules related to business mileage, you: protect yourself in the event of an IRS audit, and pay less tax. Take Henry, for example. Before he knew the mileage rules, he deducted 30 percent of his SUV's cost. Once he...
Tax PlanningBradford Tax InstituteHere is a bit of good news: your vacation home can produce business deductions. But you need to avoid having your vacation home classified as an entertainment facility in order to qualify for business deductions. Entertainment...
Tax PlanningBradford Tax InstituteSince 1986, lawmakers have limited business meal deductions: first to 80 percent, and then to 50 percent (unless an exception applies). But on December 27, 2020, in an effort to help the restaurant industry due to the COVID-19...
Tax PlanningBradford Tax InstituteEstimated tax tip savings: When you convert your vacation into a business trip, your transportation expenses suddenly become deductible. Consider that $1,200 business-class plane ticket back home to see your parents— with the right...
Tax PlanningEvery month we provide you with a fairly detailed review of several Important Tax Topics. Scan through the highlighted topics noted below. In This Month's Newsletter We Review: Is Your Travel Day Personal or a Tax-Deductible Business Day? 2 Ways to Fix...
Tax PlanningEvery month we provide you with a fairly detailed review of several Important Tax Topics. Scan through the highlighted topics noted below. In This Month's Newsletter We Review: Benefit Big from the Work Opportunity Tax Credit Tax Planning for the New...