1. Accounting
    With the Income Tax Act numbering more than 3,000 pages, the amount of rules and regulations can be painful to wade through. While some businesses may only require simple accounting and may not need an accountant for day-to-day bookkeeping activities, as companies grow and entrepreneurs look to maximize their business and household incomes, Coming to 1 step tax will help you out more then you know.
  2. Tax Savings Techniques
    Following are some generally recognized financial planning tools that may help you reduce your tax bill. Charitable Giving - Instead of selling your appreciated long-term securities, donate the stock instead and avoid paying tax on the unrealized gain while still getting a charitable tax deduction for the full fair market value. Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) - If you have a high deductible medical plan you can open an HSA and make tax deductible contributions to your account to pay for medical expenses. Unlike flexible spending arrangements (FSAs), the contributions can carry over for medical expenses in future years. ROTH IRAs - Contributions to a ROTH IRA are not tax deductible but the qualified distributions, including earnings are tax-free. Municipal Bonds - Interest earned on these types of investments is tax-exempt. Own a home - most of the cost of this type of investment is financed and the interest (on mortgages up to $1,000,000) is tax deductible. When the property is sold, individuals may exclude up to $250,000 ($500,000 if married jointly) of the gain. Retirement Plans - Participate in your employer sponsored retirement plan, especially if there is a matching component. You will receive a current tax deduction and the tax-deferred compounding can add up to a large retirement savings.
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