Pay Less Taxes: Tax Tips for Side Hustlers and Small Business Owners



Josh Bauerle is the CPA on fire at cpaonfire.com. Josh specializes in tax …

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  1. you didn't beat the car thing. What about a lease?

    A closed-end lease is the typical type of lease use for retail car purchase financing. Closed-end leases offer low payments, a mileage limitation and a fixed residual value at the end of the term. Your business can use the portion of the lease payment proportional to the business use of the vehicle as a deductible business expense. For example, if the car is used 75 percent for business, then 75 percent of the lease payment can be deducted. The tax rules require that the lease deduction be reduced by an inclusion amount based on the fair market value of the vehicle. The purpose of the inclusion amount is to equalize the lease payment deduction with the depreciation amount the taxpayer would receive if the vehicle had been purchased rather than leased. Inclusion amounts are listed in the appendices of IRS Publication 463.

  2. Tons of great info in a short period of time (good job, Josh!). I just wanted to add that in 2018, Amazon is actually collecting AND remitting sales tax in WA and PA (started 4/1). BUT… if you sell on another shopping cart as well (i.e., Shopify), you still have to remit the sales tax collected on that shopping cart and file sales tax returns. So it really doesn't help that much (unless you're Amazon only).

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