Frequent flyer miles are valuable commodities. Like cash in your wallet or credit cards in your purse,
Each year the IRS adjusts certain tax numbers for inflation and tax law changes. Here are some of the adjusted numbers you’ll need for your 2013 tax planning.
Did pulling your records together to complete your 2011 tax return reveal shortcomings in your system? Here are nine tips that can improve your recordkeeping and help minimize your taxes.
The IRS has increased the standard mileage rates to be used for computing the deductible costs of operating a vehicle for business or for driving for medical or moving reasons. The new rates will apply to driving from July 1, 2011, through December 31, 2011.
Have you noticed the price of gas? So has the IRS, and — for the fourth time since 1999 — the reimbursement rate for business mileage has changed mid-year.
You’re entitled to deduct your automobile expenses attributable to business driving. However, the tax law has several twists and turns that affect what you can deduct.
It’s time to do a midyear review of your business tax planning. Here are five ideas to consider.
The IRS has released the annual depreciation limits for business vehicles first placed in service during 2010.