Office space may be deductible. To find out if your office, building, home office or coworking space is eligible read more here.
All state and federal employer payroll taxes will generally deductible on your Schedule C. Here's what you should know about payroll tax deductions.
Contributing to your retirement plan as a self-employed professional opens up additional tax credits and benefits. Learn about the 'Savers Credit' by clicking here!
Adobe Creative Suite and other tools designers use for their business are tax deductible with the software and online subscription tax deductions.
Collecting debts owed can come at a collection expense. These expenses will generally be deductible. Read more here.
Most businesses will incur some sort of legal and professional expense during a given year. This shouldn't be overlooked! Read more here.
In certain circumstances, a bad debt expense can be fully deductible. Read how this may apply to the industry you are in.
Here are some tips and things to keep in mind when it comes deductions for advertising expense. Read more about the industry you're in here.
Travelling is often part of doing business. Depending on the travel purpose, it may be deductible as a business travel expense. Read more here.
Home expenses related to your business may be eligible for deduction. There are a few guidelines and things you should know. Read more.
Website costs to acquire, design, maintain and market your site are common business expenses that may be eligible for deduction. Read more here.
As a business owner you are allowed to deduct certain business gift costs, subject to limitations of course. Learn how to deduct business gifts.
Business owners entertain customers, employees and clients over meals every now and then. Meals may be deductible as a business expense. Read more.