Working from a home office has become a reality for many of us this year. But what, exactly, are the rules to be able to deduct your home office expenses on your tax return? Read about some ideas to help you qualify for the deduction.
A technical glitch in the TCJA prevented taxpayers from taking bonus depreciation on Qualified Improvement Property. Now Congress is out to get this fixed.
The TCJA impacted depreciation in many ways, including 100% bonus, increased Section 179 Expense limits and broader usage, and redefined QIP.
The 2018 tax law changed depreciation limits for passenger vehicles placed in service after Dec. 31, 2017, with the greatest allowable deduction for year one now going up to $18,000 (with bonus depreciation) and $10,000 (without bonus depreciation).
The new tax law made changes to how you can depreciate the fixed assets purchased by your business. Here’s what you need to know about the changes to section 179 and bonus depreciation.
The IRS has released the 2018 optional standard mileage rates to be used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, medical, moving and charitable purposes.
The PATH Act added a new class of nonresidential real property, qualified improvement property, which is now eligible for bonus depreciation irrespective of its recovery period. That means that, unlike before, bonus depreciation can now be taken on certain real property improvements with recovery periods of 39 years.
The PATH Act (Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes) made several changes to bonus depreciation, most notably extending it through 2019 for most types of assets. However, another change slipped through with much less fanfare that can still lead to significant … Continued