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Protect the Proceeds of your Company’s Future Sale Now

Sell buttonThe business you’ve been growing is now generating income and making distributions. So it’s not inconceivable that someone (or some people) may want to buy it in the future.

 

But how do you protect what you’ve accumulated until it does sell?  

And after the sale, how do you protect what you receive?
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You Can’t Write Off An Item Your Business Isn’t Using

PlaneGetting tax write-offs for purchases you make through your business is a good deal.  And if you do business as an S corporation, you know lots of tax benefits flow through your business to your personal tax return.   You can write off all sorts of things and save yourself and your business a lot of money.

But you can’t write off an item the business isn’t using. [Read more…]

New Tax Break for Caregiver Costs

Providing care for someone with Alzheimer’s or dementia can be an expensive, long-term problem.  (You know this already, right?  Or been thinking about it?  Sooner or later, everyone thinks about it.)

Now you can catch a break.

On July 5th, 2011, the United States Tax Court held that expenses you incur for providing unlicensed caregivers will be deductible on your income tax return.

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