Here are a few tips for saving on taxes for your rental properties. Did you know that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act created a 20% tax deduction possibility? A new "Safe Harbor" has also been made for Section 199A rental properties. If you've wondered how to handle multiple rental activities and the 199A deduction, you'll find information on that here, as well.
Here are a few tips for saving on taxes in your business. Did you know that you can take the home-office deduction, even if you spend more time at a separate location? You may also want to be aware of the survival of the Employee Recreation and Parties tax code through TCJA Tax Reform and how to claim the most benefit.
by Louis Alleva
How will the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) affect a taxpayer’s withholding? Should any changes be made? Are there new circumstances that require an examination of the allowances claimed? You bet there are, but before explaining the impact of tax reform on withholding, let’s take a step back and look at the allowances themselves.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 removed entertainment from available business tax deductions, but did not address deductibility of expenses for business meals. To clarify the confusion that arose in the business community due to this omission, the IRS recently released interim guidance that taxpayers can rely on until they issue proposed regulations.