Let's look at some more often
- Adoption expenses (limits apply) and foster
- Education expenses needed to maintain
or improve skills related to profession.
- Cost associated with looking for job in
your occupation including resume preparation, consultation, travel,
- Cellular telephone use related to business.
- Appraisal fees to value casualty loss
or donation to charity.
- Cost of childbirth classes related to
- Tuition and fees for special training
for a disabled dependent.
- Handrail and other home improvements to
ease disabled access.
- Impairment work expenses for a disabled
- Drug and alcohol abuse program cost/travel.
- Legal fees relating to collection of or
reduction of alimony.
- Investment advisory and trustee fees.
- Contact lenses, eyeglasses, hearing devices,
including batteries, supplies, and insurance.
- Elect the business equipment expensing
option of $500,000 in 2013 and $25,000 in 2014.
- Cash basis is permitted for all taxpayers (except C corporations)
with gross receipts under $5,000,000.
- If married, consider filing your tax return
Married, Filing Separately. When both individuals are working, it is
- Auto and Energy Credits.
The above list is far from all-inclusive
and is not a full treatise. A tax professional should be contacted
to determine if your specific circumstances permit these deductions.
Please contact us for assistance in identifying and
implementing the best strategies for you.
you to also check out more tax savings ideas
and tax tips for business
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