Deductions for Actors
Actors classified as employees can no longer deduct their expenses under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
Tax Deductions for Artists
Find out what deductions you can take as an artist.
Tax Deductions for Writers
There are many deductions writers can take to reduce their taxable income for the year, and thereby reduce their taxes.
The Domestic Production Activity Deduction -- Find Out if Your Small Business Qualifies
If you have a business with employees that involves producing and selling goods in the United States, you may qualify for the domestic production activities deduction.
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How the Tax Law Affects Airbnb and Other Short-Term Rental Hosts
Here are five ways the new tax law has changed taxes for short-term rental hosts like Airbnb, HomeAway, and VRBO.
Tax Deductions for Consultants
If you're a self-employed consultant, it pays to understand tax deductions, including the new 20% pass-through deduction.
Tips on Tax Deductions for UBER and LYFT Drivers
Tax breaks got even better under the new tax laws for drivers in the ridesharing business.
Tax Deductions for Salespeople
Almost everything a self-employed salesperson buys for his or her business is tax deductible.
Deductions for Ministers and Other Clergy
Learn about ministers unique tax status and how it impacts their deductions.
Tax Deductions for Golfers
Learn how you can combine playing golf and saving on taxes.
Landlords Must Be In Business to Claim the 20% Pass-Through Tax Deduction
Learn about the new IRS safe harbor for landlords trying to establish that their rental activity is a business activity.
Do Landlords Need to File Form 1099-MISC?
All landlords should file Form 1099-MISC to qualify for important tax benefits including the 20% pass-through deduction.