Yet Another Tax Deduction You Don’t Want to Miss in 2015: a Different Kind of Charitable Gift
I might be preaching to the choir on this one, but hear me out: you’re not reading fluff about pop topics and relevant issues to connect with the real story at hand (which obviously is the coming tax return for 2015 you’re going to file), and you’re definitely smart enough to not fall for such an SEO blog tactic as this, because I’m doing no such thing.
Trust me: I have something for you here about tax deductions and tax returns you don’t know about regarding charitable gifts. So listen up. This will get interesting (and turn to page 57 for our hymnal today this Sunday).
So You Think You Know Everything There Is to Know About Charitable Gifts?
Consider Cupcakes, for Example
That’s One Sweet Tax Deduction
One Final Tax Deduction in 2015 to Consider: Self-Employed Social Security?
Sadly, self-employment has had quite the bad rep, for obvious reasons. Tax reasons are included in that mix. Entrepreneurship, although celebrated widely, often doesn’t get the same perks as traditional W-2, and that’s a shame. Thanks to this year of 2015, when filing your tax return, you have a bit of consolation, particularly when dealing with social security, so bear this in mind, because it’s important: you don’t want to miss out on this tax deduction at all.
You Do, in Fact, Get a Benefit for Being Self-Employed on Your Taxes
Playing the Cards Right and Landing the Royal Flush
Exceptions to the Rule: Why You May Need to File Your Tax Return (Despite What People Tell You)
So you didn’t make a whole lot of money this past year of 2014. Does that mean you’re completely exempt from filing that 2015 tax return? Don’t be too sure…. Talk to a specialist from H.O.P.E. to Own about it, regarding your expedient 2-hour tax return to find out, but in the meantime, here’s a bit of wisdom for you to hold onto.
It May Not Matter What Your Income Is Regarding Your Tax Return
- Alternative Minimum Taxes
- Household Employment Taxes
- Retirement Plan Taxes
Again: Simply Talk to the Professionals Today
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