Tax Guide for Managers and Sales Personnel offers a concise and direct explanation of how you can take full advantage of existing tax laws and claim substantial deductions. The complex tax code can be daunting, and it is estimated that less than 10 percent of managers felt that they were filing their taxes accurately with all of the allowable write-offs. From job search and moving expenses to employee business expenses, there are dozens of possibilities for saving tax dollars a if you know how to document and claim them. If you have ever wondered if you are claiming all of the expenses you could, then Tax Guide for Managers and Sales Personnel is a must-read.Since 1987, charitable contributions are only claimed as an itemized deduction on Schedule A (Form 1040). ... Generally, a contribution of capital gain property with a fair market value greater than the donora#39;s basis may be deducted at its fair anbsp;...
|Title||:||Tax Guide for Managers|
|Author||:||Carlton Johnson Jr.|
|Publisher||:||Dorrance Publishing - 2003-01-01|