Posts Tagged "tax"

Entrepreneur Tax Tip III: 5 Quick Tips to Get Ready Now!

Posted on Apr 27, 2015 in Entrepreneur, San Diego Lawyer, Setting up a Small Business, Small Business, Small Business Tips and Tricks Series, Tax Season, Taxes, Tips for Entrepreneurs | Comments Off on Entrepreneur Tax Tip III: 5 Quick Tips to Get Ready Now!

Entrepreneur Tax Tip III: 5 Quick Tips to Get Ready Now! You may be confused as to why this post is coming out now that the tax deadline has passed. To that, we answer, 2013’s has passed, yes. But 2014’s is on its way! That’s why we’re going to give 5 quick tips, adopted from Amrik Andhawa, Entrepreneur columnist, to help next tax season go easier (full article here).   1. Get organized Amrik, entrepreneur and product developer himself, suggests having standardized formatting for invoices and other legal documents as well as designating a good place to keep necessary documents, more than...

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Use It or Lose It: Get These Tax Breaks Before They Expire

Posted on Dec 11, 2013 in San Diego Lawyer, Taxes | Comments Off on Use It or Lose It: Get These Tax Breaks Before They Expire

Tax Breaks! The Join Commission of Taxation published a list of 55 federal tax provisions that are set to expire this year a.k.a. tax breaks.  Here are a few of those that may apply to you as an individual or business taxpayer.  State Sales Tax Deduction. Applicable to residents of states without an individual income tax. Tuition and Fees Deduction. This allows up to a $4000 deduction for qualifying postsecondary education expenses. Check with your tax professional for details but this generally is available to couples filing jointly who make under $160,000. Make sure to pay Spring 2014...

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