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We have included some tax ideas you might find helpful.  The classifications are interchangable.  As with all tax ideas, it is important to consultant with us or your own CPA or Attorney before you act on any of the ideas expressed here.  Tax law changes, cases are litigated and the IRS is always coming out with new ideas

Taxes Ideas for  Professionals

Tax Ideas for Small Business

Tax Ideas for Indivuals

IRS Depreciation Guidelines

Link to Nationwide Incorporators.
web link to extensive content about business entities

Tax free way to save for childrens or grandchildrens college cost

The ABCs of Federal Tax Deposits (FTDs

New IRS Web Site for Employer Information

American Jobs Creation Act of 2004

A web site to check on all licenses need in California

Official IRS Tax Calendar - Click on the month you want to see.

Salvation Army Donation Valuation Table - Current Value of Donated Item

Purchasing a Business - Making the acquisition work for you.

Cash Management - Managing your business dollars

Managing Credit - Avoiding the Debt Trap

Outline of a Business Plan

A Comprehensive Internet Listing of Local Permit and Licensing Information for California

Managing Through an Economic Downturn

Employer's Tax Guide to Fringe Benefits

Deductibility of Club Dues

Federal Per Diem Rates

Interest--How to Set Up Below Market Loans

State of California  Employer Tax Rates

A Donor's Guide to Car Donations

Recent Tax Legislation—Financial and Retirement Planning

Recent Tax Legislation Small Business Tax Breaks 

Tax Organizer for 2004 -pdf

Don't Pay A Tax Penalty Until You Check Here First.

Hiring Family Members Can Save Taxes

Availability of home office deduction for various businesses and occupations

Conservation Easements - can preserve open land and provide property owners with significant income.

Securing a Loan for Your Company -The  following steps can help expedite the process and ensure your success

Installment Agreement Options on IRS web site

Taking High Compensation Without Dividend Danger

Starting a Business--What to Consider

Making Sure Entertainment Expenses Yield Deductions

Is Your Home Office the Principal Place of Business

Starting or Converting a Business--LLCs

Audits--Travel & Entertainment Deductions

Travel & Entertainment--Income & Payroll Tax

Starting a Business--Pros and Cons of S Corporations

How to Handle Travel Costs More Easily

Audits--Travel & Entertainment Deductions

Starting a Business--Partnerships

Income Tax Planning--The Kiddie Tax

Before You Start a New Business

Starting a Business--Maximize Benefits of Start-Up Costs

New Education Tax Breaks

Checklist of Specific Tax-Advantaged Benefits

Planning for the Older Business Owner

Tax Planning To Start 1999

Interest--How to Set Up A Bargain-Rate Family Loan

Independent Contractors v. Employees--Misclassification

Valuing Your Employee's Personal Use of Business Auto

Checklist of Specific Tax-Advantaged Benefits

Independent Contractors v. Employees--An Update

Using Trusts--Meeting Tax and Non-Tax Goals

Arranging Household Help--"Nanny Tax" Law

Independent Contractors--How to Classify Workers

Using Trusts--Is a Living Trust Right for You?

Investment Property--Planning For Installment Sales

Supplying Employees With a Company Car

Using Trusts--Minors' Trust v. Custodial Account

Sale of a Residence with a Home Office

Travel & Entertainment--Income & Payroll Tax

Paying the IRS--Offers in Compromise

The Easiest Retirement Plans to Set Up and Administer

Keogh or SEP for the Self-Employed Person

Paying the IRS--Paying Individual Tax In Installments

Mutual Funds--Unforeseen Tax Consequences

Pensions--Planning for the Young Business Owner

Tax Forms - IRS

Audits--New IRS Audit Initiatives

Disposing of a Business--Some Tax Considerations

California State Forms

Fictitous Business Name Statement

Disposing of a Business--Allocating Sales Price

THE "NANNY TAX" RULES:
What To Do If You Have Household

 

Disposing of a Business--Using An ESOP

 

 

Retaining Independence of Outside Salespeople

 

 

 

 

 

IRS Reform Act--Small Business Tax Breaks

 

 

Relief Programs When Workers Are Misclassified

 

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