I’ve been writing off my home based business for the last few years. If I stop using that portion of my home solely for my business, how do I indicate that on my taxes?
Additionally, does anyone know of any resources that indicate what the implications are of stopping a home based business write-off?
I would like to know what is the percentage that I need to start saving to pay taxes on a internet business?
I’ve been filing a business write-off on my personal taxes. How do I close out the business on my tax return?
I am a writer who has filed business write-offs on my personal tax return for 5 years as per the law. I have not made profits in those years. I have been advised by my accountant that tax regulations do not favor my continuing to file business write-off because I have not made a profit so should close out the writing business. How do I go about filing my taxes now? Do I just ignore the past years write offs as thought they were never deductions?
I am about to receive $100,000 from investors to start my for-profit internet business.
Each investor will become a shareholder of the company (receiving a 1% for every $10,000 invested).
The money invested ($100,000) will be used to get the company up and running.
Do I/we have to pay taxes on the $100,000 invested?
I am a small business owner and have been developing my company for the past year. Because I left my previous job to start this business I do not have a current income and because my company only recently officially “opened for business” we do not have a profit line. Do I need to file? What about the business expenses that I incur?
I am opening an online business for website design. (set up as a LLC, I’m the sole owner) Should I start keeping receipts of all business related expenses? Or would my business qualify as a hobby if I don’t make a certain amount of money in the year that I’m filing.
What types of things can I write off onto my business? (dinners, gasoline, etc.) Do I need a seperate business credit card/bank account for the expenses?
I transitioned my business mid 2007 to an LLC. Should I file taxes as two separate businesses? The first to include income and expenses as the sole proprietorship and the second to include income and expenses after becoming an LLC.
Or should I just include everything under the LLC?