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3 Proven Tax Smart Moves For Small Business to Save Money

freeimage-9941920-high1) Adopt a Retirement Plan

A business has several different retirement plans it could adopt.  The most common plan is the 401(k) plan.  With a 401(k) plan the employee is allowed to defer on a pre-tax basis up to $17,500 in 2013. If they are over age 50 they can defer an additional $5,500 in a so-called catch up contribution. An employer may … Continue reading »


The Difference Between The Standard Mileage Method and Actual Expenses

The Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) allows taxpayers to choose between the Standard Mileage Method and Actual Expenses.

Standard Mileage Method The IRS allows taxpayers to deduct a standard mileage method for business travel.  The current allowance is for 55.5 cents per mile.  This allowance is updated periodically to reflect changes in gas prices and other changes.  Keep in mind this allowance is just for business travel. There is no deduction allowed for commuting and other personal travel.


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