10 Smart Money Ideas for 2016 - How to Achieve Financial Success

No one can predict with any great certainty the financial outlook for 2016, especially with the national elections looming in November. Nevertheless, here are 10 top money management moves that make sense for the rest of this year.

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Facts & Figures - Manufacturing Deductions & Health Insurance

Manufacturing Deductions—Under Section 199 of the tax code, a business may claim a “manufacturing deduction” equal to 9% of its qualified domestic production income, subject to a limit of 50% of W-2 wages paid out during the year. Now the IRS has issued new regulations clarifying the rules on the W-2 limit in a short tax year. See your professional tax adviser for details.

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Car Donations Tax Rules of the Road - Special Limits on Charitable Deductions

There are many ways you can provide benefits to your favorite charity other than simply donating cash (although that is certainly appreciated, too). For instance, you can donate property such as a car or other vehicle that may be used to further the charity’s tax-exempt function. Of course, you are entitled to a charitable deduction for the gift.

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Five Ways to Avoid 100% Penalty - Corporate Officers May Be Personally Liable

Frequently, someone in your company—it may be the president, vice president, treasurer or some other officer—will have assumed the duty of collecting and depositing federal payroll taxes. That person could be in for a rude awakening one day.
According to an onerous provision in the federal tax law, any person who willfully fails to deposit the required income tax withholding or employment taxes can be held personally liable for any unpaid taxes. This is one time when the corporate shield cannot protect an individual.

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Five Year End Tax Ideas for Businesses - Top Strategies for Small-Business Owners

Don’t think that year-end tax planning is strictly limited to individuals. A calendar-year business can also keep taxes for 2015 to the bare minimum with some astute planning at the end of the year. Here are five techniques for consideration by small-business owners.

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