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Tax Strategy Tuesday: Accelerate Depreciation Strategy

For today’s Tax Strategy Tuesday, I’ll be sharing a trick landlords and small business owners with real estate and capital equipment (like vehicles and machinery) can use to lower their tax bill or increase profits: accelerating depreciation deductions. The Strategy in a Nutshell To explain the tax benefit of accelerated depreciation, it’s important to first […]

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16 Ways of Qualifying for Employee Retention Credits

For the last few weeks, we’ve been blogging on Tuesdays about tax strategies entrepreneurs and active investors can use. This week, however, a break from that series. I want to discuss the 16 ways employers have of qualifying for employee retention credits. The reason? These employee retention credits add up fast. Pretty easily as much […]

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Tax Strategy Tuesday: Start a Pension Plan for Yourself

The year is almost over. Not much time at all to take steps that reduce your taxes. But one last-minute idea to share. An easy trick that can help some self-employed taxpayers save income taxes. That trick? The pension plan tax strategy. In other words, if you run your own business, even a sideline or […]

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Tax Strategy Tuesday:  Startup Business Employee Retention Credit

The year ends in a just a few days. So, a last minute tax strategy: If you can start a business before the year ends, you should be able to employ the recovery startup business employee retention credit tax strategy. That tax strategy—and yes you still have time barely—gives you a tax credit that equals […]

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Tax Strategy Tuesday:  Convert Guaranteed Payments to Qualified Business Income

Okay. This Tuesday? I’ve got a tax strategy for partnerships. A strategy that can save individual partners thousands in taxes annually. Maybe even starting this year. The strategy? Convert guaranteed payments to qualified business income, or QBI. Which should cut someone’s income taxes by about a quarter. Accordingly, this week, the Tax Strategy Tuesday blog […]

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Say Goodbye to Bad Habits: Five You Should Ditch in the New Year

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I don’t know about you, but it’s around this time of year when I start thinking about all the things that didn’t quite work out over the last 12 months in my blogging efforts. Things I got wrong, things I didn’t try hard enough on, things I know I should ...more

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Tax Strategy Tuesday:  One Person S Corporation

In a few weeks, one tax year ends and a new tax year starts. For that reason, it makes sense to talk about a powerful tax strategy for small businesses: The one person S corporation. In some cases, a small business may still be able to treat their business as an S corporation for the […]

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Five Steps to Have Your Blog Run Without You Over The Holidays

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  This is a guest contribution from The Suitcase Entrepreneur, Natalie Sisson. December is a special time of the year. It’s a time for reflection, for planning and for new beginnings. It’s also an excellent time to do some serious (but fun) overhauls of your existing blog and business, in ...more

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Tax Strategy Tuesday:  Vacation Rental Property

On Tuesdays, for at least the next few weeks, we will blog about tax strategies that high-income investors and business owners may be able to use to reduce their taxes. This blog post starts that series by talking about a first strategy that many taxpayers can use: vacation rental property. Vacation Rental Tax Strategy in […]

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How to Eliminate the Echo Chamber and Add New Dimensions to Your Blog

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One of the better posts I always remember reading is by Chris Pirillo writing about ways to eliminate the ‘echo chamber’. It’s a post that I’m sure many bloggers will find a challenge (I know I did). Here are his main points (in bold) with a few comments of my ...more

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