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Watercooler: Tax tips for home businesses

Published January 19, 2013 1:01 am
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A variety of federal tax deductions can help an entrepreneur maintain and grow a home-based business. But the rules governing deductions aren't always easy to understand, and require good record keeping. Here are websites with useful information:

Bankrate.com • Discusses requirement for home office deductions, at http://bit.ly/8F4vsZ.

Completetax.com • Covers a range of home-office deduction topics, including qualifying for depreciations, at http://bit.ly/TN4fNk.

Financial Web • Spotlights tax tips for home office and links to IRS forms, at http://bit.ly/VNvN5G.

Investopedia • Serves up criteria for qualifying home-office tax deductions, at http://bit.ly/i6SwMS.

Internal Revenue Service • Provides overview of rules and requirements, at http://1.usa.gov/QQbtPj.




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