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San Jose tax attorney, tax reform, Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, business auto deductions, tax codeThe Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 made seismic changes to tax law in the United States, and individual taxpayers, small businesses, and large corporations are working to determine how they will be affected by the updates that will be going into effect in the near future.

One aspect of the new law that many may not be aware of concerns vehicles purchased or leased by businesses. It is essential that business owners be aware of how these changes can impact the deductions they may claim.

Business Auto Deductions

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San Jose business tax lawyer, small businesses, tax cuts and jobs act, tax deductions, pass-through incomeThe United States Congress passed a major tax reform bill in December 2017, and lawmakers stated that one of their top priorities was to help grow the country’s economy by alleviating the tax burden on small businesses. While the full effect of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 has yet to be felt, the reform bill contained a number of provisions that will affect the taxes which small businesses pay. Therefore, small business owners should take steps to understand how to make the most of these changes.

Tax Deductions for Pass-Through Businesses

Pass-through companies, in which income is taxed at the rate of the individual business owner rather than through the corporate tax structure, account for 95 percent of businesses in the United States and include sole proprietorships, partnerships, and S corporations. Under the new tax law, pass-through businesses can take a 20 percent deduction on their taxable income, providing them with some financial relief and allowing them to reinvest these tax savings to grow their business. The deduction is subject to several limitations based on the type of business, its financial condition, and the taxpayer’s income.

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