Some Tax Tips for Taking Advantage of Tax Laws

At the end of every year, do you wonder if you will end up paying too much in tax? The best way to go about tax filing is you want to always try to come out even. This way you’re not letting the government borrow your money interest free and also you can use your money when you want to. Here’s some quick tips to look over.

  • If you own two cars, alternate your use of each car from month to month.
  • If you have children under the age of 18, you can hire them at fully deductible wages and owe no social security or federal employment taxes if your company is a sole proprietorship or partnership in which both partners are parents of the children. However, don’t cheat, make sure that they perform actual work for your business.
  • You may remember that dry cleaning and laundry expenses during a business trips are deductible. Did you know that you can also deduct your first dry-cleaning bill after returning home. However, this only applies for the clothes dirtied while you were traveling.

Life’s full of many hacks, always try to find ways to get around things. Hope these tips help.

  1. Don't Mess With Taxes - trackback on November 5, 2007 at 9:21 am
  2. I’ve been engaged in taxes for lengthier then I care to acknowledge, both on the individual side (all my working lifetime!!) and from a legal point of view since satisfying the bar and following tax law. I’ve put up a lot of advice and redressed a lot of wrongs, and I must say that what you’ve put up makes impeccable sense. Please persist in the good work – the more individuals know the better they’ll be armed to handle with the tax man, and that’s what it’s all about.

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