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IRS Mileage Rate 2016: How To Track Mileage

MileIQ, track mileage, tax professionals

The mileage rates 2016 for business drives is 54 cents per mile decreased from 57.5 cents in 2015. Let’s go over what the business mileage rate is and what it means to you.

How to Calculate Mileage for 2016 Mileage Rates

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Business Entity Selection And Tax Consequences Of Converting

John Dundon

For this post, Brandon Rains, founder of the Rains Laws Firm and an expert on business formation, espouses his observations about business structure changes and I address the income tax reporting requirements of those changes therein.

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Focus On The Tax Climate Of Virginia

Monika Miles

This month we travel across the country to Virginia. One of the original 13 colonies, Virginia possesses a lot of living history with the Jamestown Settlement and Colonial Williamsburg being notable historic landmarks.

The Shenandoah National Park lies in the eastern part of the state deep in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Mostly forested, the park features wetlands, waterfalls and rocky peaks, like Hawksbill, and Old Rag mountains. It is also home to many bird species, deer, squirrels and the elusive black bear.

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TaxConnections Webinar With Ex-Google SEO Mogul

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Join TaxConnections for Driving More Web Traffic To Your Business – SEO For Tax Professionals, a webinar focusing on increasing SEO for your tax business. TaxConnections is partnering with Practice Ignition to bring you this in-depth webinar with an ex-Google mogul specializing in SEO.

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Webinar: Driving More Web Traffic – SEO For Tax Professionals

Practice Ignition

Join TaxConnections for a webinar focusing on increasing SEO for your tax business. TaxConnections is partnering with Practice Ignition to bring you this in-depth webinar with an ex-Google mogul specializing in SEO.

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Preventing A Huge Taxation On Your Business

Ron Oddo

Today, all owners face three significant headwinds that increase the difficulty of a successful business exit. One is our flat economy—today and for the foreseeable future. The second is the substantially higher tax bill that’s due upon the sale of a business. And last, but not least, is the long-term mediocre investment climate that depresses the amount of income owners can expect from their sale proceeds and other investments. Combined, these three headwinds wreak havoc on an owner’s ability to cross the finish line at all, let alone as they originally planned.

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The Economy Just Ain’t What It Used To Be

Ron Oddo

Today, all owners face three significant headwinds that increase the difficulty of a successful business exit. One is our flat economy—today and for the foreseeable future. The second is the substantially higher tax bill that’s due upon the sale of a business. And last, but not least, is the long-term mediocre investment climate that depresses the amount of income owners can expect from their sale proceeds and other investments. Combined, these three headwinds wreak havoc on an owner’s ability to cross the finish line at all, let alone as they originally planned.

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Valuation Of Your Business – Basis For Tax Planning

Ron Oddo

Few business owners relish spending money on something they don’t need. And for most owners, hiring an expert to estimate the value of their companies falls into that don’t-need category.

So it is no surprise that owners typically respond to an exit planning advisor’s recommendation to get an estimate of value for the company with some variation of: “Now? But I’m not planning to leave for years!” or “I built this company so I—better than any so-called expert—know what it is worth!”

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IRS Mileage Rate 2016 for Business, Charity, Medical

MileIQ

The IRS Mileage Rate 2016 is important for anybody looking for a driving-related deduction. Use this rate to determine how much your write-off can be for business-related drives, as well as charity driving and moving/medical trips.

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Can Self-Employed Take The Standard Tax Deduction?

MileIQ

Taking the standard deduction is one of the simplest ways to lower your tax burden. Can the self-employed take the standard deduction? Read on to learn more about the standard deduction, who is eligible to claim it and if it’s worth it for freelancers and small business owners.

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What The IRS Counts As A Business Drive

MileIQ

Hopefully, you’re already tracking your miles in order to get the largest mileage deduction you’re entitled to. (If you are not, click here to start.) But, what counts as a business drive? Let’s go over what trips the IRS considers as business drives and what it doesn’t.

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Hobby VS Business Loss – A U.S. Tax Court Case Ruling

Harold Goedde

A loss from a legitimate business activity is fully deductible against other income. If the loss exceeds income, it can be carried forward to offset business income in future years. If an activity is deemed a hobby by the IRS, a loss cannot be deducted. The IRS has many criteria for determining whether an activity is a hobby or a business [See the author’s article on hobby losses for details].

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