Business owners can minimize taxes by proper planning and execution of simple tax and business planning strategies. Though taxation is different for various types of business entities (sole proprietorship, partnership or corporation), proper expense reporting, amortizing and depreciating company assets can go a long way toward reducing your tax liabilities.
· Should I Incorporate?
Your choice of business form must take into account several different factors, based not only on the size and nature of your business, but also the legal relationships involved and the tax consequences.
· IRS Audit – Red Flags to Avoid
· Home Office Deduction
· Automobile Expenses, Actual Expenses vs. IRS Method Mileage
· Deducting Business Expenses
· Health Insurance Credit
Jo Ann M. Koontz is an attorney and CPA with Koontz & Associates, PL and practices in the areas of real estate, business organizations, and taxation. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Ohio Northern University in 2001, where she specialized in accounting. Jo Ann obtained her Certified Public Accountant license in 2003, and earned her Juris Doctor from Ohio Northern University in 2006. She represents clients in a wide variety of business and real estate matters, including commercial and residential real estate transactions, 1031 exchanges, S corporation, partnership and LLC formation and reorganizations and the tax implications of business and real estate transactions, including purchases and sales of assets and equity interests.