Tax Window, You See What I Did There? Perhaps you own a vacation home that you and your family use personally. Key tax break: There is a unique tax window of opportunity for short-term rentals. If the rental for the year lasts 14 days or less (this is the key amount of time), [...]
Property that does not qualify for an immediate tax write-off under Section 179 may qualify for an increased first-year depreciation deduction under bonus depreciation rules. Unlike the Section 179 deduction, there are no restrictions on the amount of qualifying property and there is no taxable income limit. This deduction is equal to 100 percent of [...]
Instead of depreciating an asset over several years, Internal Revenue Code Section 179 allows the expensing of all or a portion of certain qualifying new and used assets in the year placed in service. There are limitations including a business taxable income limit. You cannot claim a Section 179 write-off that would create or [...]
In the spirit of wrapping up 2011, we decided to give you our ten most viewed blog posts of 2011. That means you loved them! 10. Bonus Payments are wages from November 30 9. Alabama’s 529 fund could lower your tax bill from December 20 8. New Home Builder Ad Valorem Tax Reduction Opportunity from [...]
The Alabama Retail Association is offering several seminars throughout the state highlighting ways the Alabama immigration law affects every employer. Click below for information and registration.
JamisonMoneyFarmer continues to take a leadership role in the business and CPA world in the state of Alabama. After we shared Carl Jamison's work with the Alabama Business Council last week, we are pleased to announce that another JMF shareholder, Leighanne Faught, has been appointed by Governor Robert Bentley, upon confirmation of the Senate, to serve on [...]