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deduction

humorous slang A child (as having children impacts one's taxes and deductions). I can't believe you guys have three little deductions now, wow.

deduction

n. a child. (see also expense.) How many little deductions do you have running around your home?
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Assume that all the options are exercised, resulting in a tax deduction of $2,000.
The Simplified Deduction Method for businesses between $5 million and $25 million in gross receipts, or $10 million in assets, must allocate COGS as above using Sec.
As an incentive, under the Internal Revenue Code section 170(h), federal law permits the donation of a conservation easement to be treated as a tax-deductible charitable contribution, with the property owner receiving an income tax deduction equivalent to the fair market value of the conservation easement, as determined by a real estate appraiser.
408, the IRS announced its intention to modify the section 861 regulations essentially to eliminate the word "generally," thereby requiring taxpayers to ratably apportion the deduction for charitable contributions to all classes of gross income on an affiliated group basis.
If neither you nor your spouse is eligible for company- sponsored retirement plan, or you are eligible but your incomes are below certain thresholds, you may take a deduction of up to $2,000 for an IRA ($4,000 for joint filers if both work), subject to certain income restrictions.
Most people have used the standard deduction and that probably will continue to be true, even more so for 2018 returns.
Compare approaches: Tax preparation software makes it easy to determine optimal filing approaches (e.g., taking the standard deduction versus itemizing).
* The tax treatment of damages and legal fees and costs varies according to the type of underlying claim, Congressional action providing an above-the-line deduction for legal fees for discrimination claims and a recent Supreme Court decision in Commissioner v.
Old and Existing Law: A donor claiming a charitable donation deduction must maintain reliable written records regarding the donation--regardless of the donation's value or amount.
Enacted as part of the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004, (1) section 199 of the Internal Revenue Code provides a new permanent deduction for qualifying activities, including domestic production, construction, and engineering or architectural services.
These tax breaks range from a deduction of up to $1.80 per square foot for owners of commercial property, to a tax credit of up to $2,000 for taxpayers installing solar, photovoltaic, or fuel cell systems (or lesser credits for other energy-saving devices) in their homes.
The two biggest benefits for businesses under the new law are increases in the small business expensing election, commonly known as the Section 179 deduction, and the 50% bonus depreciation deduction.
In 2001, when CRF last performed its customer deduction analysis, almost 65 percent of respondents indicated that they allow (credit or write-off) between 71 and 100 percent of their deductions after investigation, with an amazing 10 percent allowing over 95 percent of the deductions.