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ONLINE BUSINESS HELP

Deducting the Home Office
By: Marvin Mitchell
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    2006-01-18

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    1. Deducting all or most of the cost and operation of a personal residence.
    For example, placing a calendar, file cabinet and telephone in every room
    does not increase the amount of the home space that can be deducted.

    2. If the business is not real, deducting any portion of the total home
    mortgage or rent is not allowed.

    3. Paying children a salary for services, such as answering telephones,
    washing cars, running errands and other such tasks and then deducting
    their salaries as a business expense is not a legal deduction.

    4. Deducting educational expenses from the salaries wrongfully paid to
    children as employees is also not acceptable.

    5. Excessive car expenses when the vehicle has been used for both
    business and personal matters are a common deduction that are not
    allowed.

    6. Operating under the mask that “everyone is a potential client” does not
    allow for deducting personal travel, meals and entertainment.

    The IRS has also seen a number of illegal schemes that instruct employers not to
    withhold federal income tax or other employment taxes from wages paid to their
    employees.

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