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What expenses can you deduct as a Small Business Taxpayer?

Many different types of business expenses come up in the course of running your Small Business. This blog post will cover what deductions are available to Small Businesses and how to best take advantage of them.

The IRS allows Small businesses to deduct wages paid.

This deduction is not available for big corporations, but it can help your company grow and become more profitable by generating funds that would have otherwise gone towards paying taxes.

Residential rental property owners can deduct interest paid on a home mortgage.

If you’re in the business of renting out residential properties, then it’s important to keep up with all your mortgage payments because they could be deductible.

You can also deduct any necessary supplies, such as office furniture or printer ink, for your business.

You can deduct any costs that are necessary for your business, such as office furniture or printer ink.

There is no need to list each individual expense when you file taxes; simply report the total amount you spent on business expenses in a given year.

It’s important to keep track of all expenses throughout the year so that if needed, you have records available when it comes time to fill out your tax forms. However, even without having an exact record, there will be plenty of deductions allowed by law.

You might be able to deduct certain travel expenses if they’re related to your work.

You can deduct the cost of travel for business purposes. This includes airfare, lodging, and mileage if you have to drive somewhere for your job.

Travel costs are deductible when they qualify as a business expense instead of being considered commuting expenses. Commuting is always personal use unless you have to bring work home with you, in which case it becomes an office or shop-at-home activity.

If your vehicle is used only partly for business, then the deduction will be based on just that percentage of total miles driven during the year that was used for business purposes – including trips back and forth from work even though there may not technically be any “work” involved! The standard number given by most tax authorities is 50% but this could.***

Bad debts written off as losses  (only if they are related to your business)

To deduct a bad debt, you must have previously included the amount in your income or loaned out money to someone who later became unable to repay it. If so, you can include this loss as a miscellaneous deduction on line 23 of Schedule A (Forms and Publications). However, if you used Form TDF 90-22.40 , Application for Extension of Time To File U.S. Income Tax Return For an individual residing outside the United States, to request an extension of time to file before filing your return for any year in which there is a qualified bad debt deduction from these three categories above.

If you’re running a Small Business then it’s important to keep up with all your expenses, because they could be deductible.

Remember that these are just some of the deductions available – but every Small Business is different and will have unique circumstances for which there might not be an exact deduction or credit applied yet!

So make sure you talk with one of our IRS Tax Agents on how best to maximize your deductions as a Small Business Taxpayer.