Tag Archives: Advertising

Deducting Free Services

Today TaxMama hears from Jenna in the TaxQuips Forum, who needs help. “I work as a cosmetologist.  I am considered self-employed and rent a chair in a local salon.  I give free haircuts throughout the year during my normal business hours.  Could these haircuts be tax deductible?  If so, would they be considered advertisement or […]

Upgraded Automobile

Today TaxMama hears from Tiffany in Virginia, who’s trying… “ I am starting an LLC which is an online store selling automotive upgrades. I will be buying a car ($10,000) and upgrading it with mostly my own inventory ($20,000). My website address will be printed on the car and it will be taken to car […]

Logos and Websites

Today TaxMama hears from Floyd in Northridge, CA. He tells us “I need to know how you handle logo design and website design expenses for a new company.”

Focus on what you do best

“Advertise your specialty. Employers are looking for specialists with specific experience solving the problems they currently face. So don’t try to be everything to everyone in your resume, which could confuse your reader. Focus on what you do best.” Alesia Benedict Get Interviews Contact Alesia for Resume Advice! Ask TaxMama :: Where taxes are fun […]

Advertising On Your Car

Today TaxMama hears from Natasha in Florida who has a great idea. “Do you know if there are any tax benefits for using your vehicle as advertising? We may purchase a hybrid for our sales related business and plan on wrapping the entire car in our logo etc. “

Ads on Cars

Today TaxMama hears from Don in Florida with a question you’ll like, “ if I have signs made for my car or boat that are physically placed on the vehicles, is just the cost of the sign deductible? Or can you make 100% of your miles/vehicle usage deductible as business miles, since your car/boat is […]