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文章时间: 2011-5-02 周一, 下午10:45    标题: 引用回复


Key Words "self-employed"... Self-employ has more options...



Zero tax
来源: houston1965 于 2011-04-02 06:38:23

http://custom.yahoo.com/taxes/article-112468-a664918f-23b7-33c4-a769-e3191efe8f39-ge-pay-no-taxes-wsj


There's been a firestorm this week over the news that General Electric (NYSE: GE - News) will pay no tax -- at
least, no federal corporate income tax -- on last year's profits.

But if you're like a lot of people, your first reaction was probably: "Hmmm. How can I get that kind of deal?"

You'd be surprised. You might. And without being either a pauper or a major corporation.

I spoke to Gil Charney, principal tax researcher at H&R Block's (NYSE: HRB - News) Tax Institute, to see how a
regular Joe could pull a GE. The verdict: It's more feasible than you think -- especially if you're self-employed.

Let's say you set up business as a consultant or a contractor, something a lot of people have been doing
these days. And, to make this a challenge on the tax front, let's say you do well and take in about $150,000 in your
first year.

First off, says Mr. Charney, for 2010 you can write off up to $10,000 in start-up expenses. (In subsequent years it's
only $5,000.)

Okay, let's say you claim $7,000. That takes your income down to $143,000.

You can also write off all legitimate business expenses. Mr. Charney emphasizes that this only applies to legitimate
expenses.

He didn't say, but everyone seems to understand, that this can be quite a flexible term. Even if you buy a computer, a
cellphone and a car primarily for business use, you can use them for personal purposes as well. If you happen to take
a business trip to Florida in, say, January, no one is going to stop you from enjoying the sunshine or taking a dip in
the pool.

So let's say you manage to write off another $10,000 a year in business expenses.

That brings your income, for tax purposes, down to $133,000.

You'll have to pay Medicare and Social Security taxes (just like GE). Because you're self-employed, you have to pay
both sides: the employee and the employer. That will come to about $19,000.

However, you can deduct half of that, or $9,500, from your taxable income. So that brings your total down to
$123,500 so far.

Now comes the creative bit. The self-employed have access to terrific tax breaks on their investment and retirement
accounts. The best deal for many is going to be a self-employed 401(k), sometimes known as a Solo 401(k).

This will let you save $43,100 and write it off against your taxes. That money goes straight into a sheltered
investment account, as with a regular 401(k).

Why $43,100? That's because with a Solo 401(k), you're both the employer and the employee. As the employee you
get to contribute a maximum of $16,500, as with any regular 401(k). But as the employer you also get to lavish
yourself with an incredibly generous company match of up to 20% of net income.

Yes, being the boss has its privileges. (And if you're 50 or over, your limit as an employee is raised from $16,500
each to $22,000.)

You can save another $10,000 by also contributing to individual retirement accounts -- $5,000 for you, $5,000
for your spouse. If you use a traditional IRA, rather than a Roth, that reduces your taxable income as well. If you're
50 or over, the limit rises to $6,000 apiece.

[More from WSJ.com: 30 Last-Minute Tax Tips]

If you contribute $43,100 to your Solo 401(k), and $10,000 to two IRAs, that brings your income for tax
purposes down to just over $70,000.

We haven't stopped there either, says Mr. Charney.

Now come the usual itemized deductions. You can write off your state and local taxes. Let's say these come to $10,000.

You can write off interest on your mortgage. Call that another $10,000. That's enough to pay 5% interest on a
$200,000 home loan.

That gets us down to about $50,000 And we're not done.

If you're self-employed, health insurance is probably a big headache. But the news isn't all bad. You can write off the
premiums for yourself, your spouse, and your kids.

And if you use a qualifying high-deductible health insurance plan -- there are a variety of rules to make sure a plan
qualifies -- you get another break. You can contribute $3,050 a year into a tax-sheltered Health Savings Account,
or $6,150 for a family. You can write those contributions off against your taxable income. The investments grow
sheltered from tax. And if you spend the money on qualifying health costs, the withdrawals are tax-free as well.

So call this $10,000 for the premiums and $6,150 for the HSA contributions. That gets your income, for tax
purposes, all the way down to about $34,000.

If you have outstanding student loans, you can write off $2,500 in interest. And you can write off $4,000 of your
kid's college tuition and fees.

[More from WSJ.com: Help Wanted: Tax-Compliance Gurus]

Then there's a personal exemption: $3,650 per person. If you're married with one child, that's $10,950.

Taxable income: just under $17,000. That's on a gross take of $150,000. You'd owe less than $1,700 in federal
income tax.

And it doesn't stop there. Because now you can bring in some of the tax credits. Unlike deductions, these come off
your tax liability, dollar for dollar.

GE got big write-offs related to green energy. There are some for you too, although on a small scale. You can claim
credits for things like installing solar panels, heat pumps or energy-efficient windows or boilers in your home. Let's say
you use a home equity loan to pay for the improvements and take the maximum $1,500 write-off.

That gets your tax liability down to $200.

Can we get rid of that? Sure, says Mr. Charney.

If your spouse spends, say, $1,000 on qualifying adult-education courses or training programs, you can claim
$200, or 20% of the cost, in Lifetime Learning Credits. (The maximum is $2,000.)

That wipes out the remaining liability.

Congratulations. You've pulled a GE. You owe no federal income taxes at all.

OK, it's just an illustration. Few will be quite so fortunate. On the other hand, it's not comprehensive either. There
are plenty of other deductions and credits we didn't mention. You could have written off up to $3,000 by selling
loss-making investments. Your spouse may be able to use a 401(k) deduction as well. There are lots of ways to tweak
the numbers.

In this case, you've paid no federal income tax, and meanwhile you've saved $19,000 toward your retirement
through Social Security and Medicare, and $53,000 through your 401(k) and IRAs. You've paid most of your
accommodation costs (that is, the interest and property taxes on your home), covered your health-care costs and
quite a lot of personal expenses through your business account, paid $4,000 toward your child's college costs and
had about $2,000 a month left over for cash costs.

Who says GE has all the fun?


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回复:Zero tax
来源: 越王剑 于 2011-04-02 06:57:44

GE employs close to 1000 people in its tax department.

Everybody should hire an accountant first to plan their tax return. Using turbo tax 是省小钱丢大钱.

Key is to understand the tax code. first few years, you need to work with cpa to understand the code. after that,
you will be pretty much familiar with most ticks and only need to deal with changes each year.

US tax code benefits business and investments. It is a good thing at the begining. But after capitalism is very well
established, it is hard to say it is fair (tough to mid class people)


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回复:Zero tax
来源: tinytiny 于 2011-04-02 19:24:56

One mom told me that her husband has a small deli (16 employees) business for the last twelve years. They can
always manage to make a net loss at the end of the year, even though they saved so much for their retirements (she
also mentioned that IRS never check your investments and assets), they never pay any taxes. Even more, she is so
proud that they are qualified for all kinds of goverment benefits (don't know what kinds).


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完全同意这个文章.我们自己做生意.
来源: pretty_woman2 于 2011-04-05 01:07:35

那么多年来慢慢知道的,刚从那W-2到生意的时候,更本体会不到,现在越来越觉得拿死工资的人就要另外折腾个啥生意,不然很亏的,当然要合理.

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文章时间: 2011-5-15 周日, 上午12:29    标题: 引用回复

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标 题: [合集] LLC,海外离岸公司,合法避税

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文章时间: 2011-5-23 周一, 下午1:25    标题: 引用回复


Complaining About High Taxes? Don't Tell France And Germany

Tyler Durden on 05/23/2011 07:50 -0400


To all Americans complaining about high taxes, better keep your beef on this side of the Atlantic. According to a recent
OECD report, captured by the Economist, when it comes to total taxes paid out by both employees and employers, the
US doesn't even come close to its just slightly more socialist European cousins. In fact, while total taxation as a
% labor costs is about 30% in the US, comparable with Japan and Ireland, in France and Germany this number is
nearly half of the total. Which explains why there is no greater threat to these two countries than the perpetuation
of the status quo welfare state. Should Greece file Chapter, who knows what will happen to the Bismarckian ideal.
Incidentally, on the other end: Chile, which pays out just 7% of labor costs to taxes. Per the article: "The report
splits out the tax burden on employment which is paid by employers (in the form of social-security payments) and
employees (as income tax and more social security). France and Germany have some of the most costly tax
regimes—with people who earn the average wage taking home just over 50% of their total labour cost. The effect
of fiscal austerity, particularly across Europe, has meant that the tax burden rose in 22 out of the 34 countries in
the OECD from 2009 to 2010. Meanwhile real incomes for average-wages earners fell in 15 OECD countries. As the
second chart shows, these reduced earnings caused by the world recession and subsequent inflation tend to have a
much larger impact on incomes." Also notable: these charts exclude any Value Added Taxes: another favorite European
mechanism to fund the welfare state. Should that be included in the total and the take home may in fact drop to
less than 40% in some cases.

Of course, one may say that the American perspective is certainly stunted, as among the chief taxes omitted are
property taxes, city taxes, private medical insurance, not to mention sales tax. Perhaps a more objective analysis
would confirm that the US is just as bad on the communism scale. One thing is certain: the global population is
already taxed seemingly to the max. How the global population will be able to afford another round of imminent,
austerity and/or debt ceiling debate induced tax hikes, is completely unclear...



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文章时间: 2011-6-06 周一, 上午10:59    标题: 引用回复

自己公司好处多,看看华人饭店及美国富人交TAX就知道
来源: wm_wo_man 于 2011-06-05 18:11:53

1)合理DEDUCTION ,
2)设法DEDUCTION
3)设法合理 逃税
4)尽量保持运行无PROFIT  或低PROFIT

在挪威,很难逃税。美国的税法就是潜规则。

• 炒期货,外汇逃抄股的short-term capital gain, 把短期税变成长期税.
• 最好在中国弄了办事处,zero TAX. 到夏威夷开股东大会应能免税.
• 如果开公司,有大的来源,不要用自家房。不要使未来很繁杂.
• 公司没有OPERATING income来源,如何抵?一定要有费用来源,如银行贷款
或PROJECT CONTRACT PAYMENT,或VC  或个人先借垫 。
开个公司,帐户总是ZERO BALANCE,从没有+,也没有—数,就没有公司好处。
CA有 EAD TAX,要注意。


开公司很简单,但要注意
来源: wm_wo_man 于 2011-06-05 18:31:15

1)尽量不要MATCH 24500 , 除非OPERATING  INCOMING 很大
2)要尽量给小孩假期 工作
3)要大胆坐飞机,开宝马
4)要大胆花钱请朋友VISIT谈合作谈项目
5)要使PROFIT 到O状态, 但合理的是 PROFIT=10-16% REV
6)要有CPA

• 小孩学费 可以处理 1) FSA 5000 2) TUITION 15000
• FSA 5000 family saving accout? 有 phase out limit ?



小孩学费可以作为公司福利
来源: smartmoney 于 2011-06-05 18:34:10

小孩作为你公司的雇员享有福利,就是你的福利支出
当然你的公司得有超过这些的收入。

首先你公司得有收入,(不是你拿的雇主W2 的收入)
有了收入才能多存sep IRA,发给小孩工资,为小孩报学费。

实际上只有一条,有CPA就行了
看他如何处理你一家人回国的费用就知道一二。
他告诉你怎么弄,帮你注册公司。不少CPA帮你注册时不收钱的。收你做税做账的钱。

开公司比较简单, 办几张公司的credit card, 很多都可以逃税。多给CPA点钱,他会告诉你很多trick



SEP-IRA怎么上限是四万多?
来源: wm_wo_man 于 2011-06-05 17:45:26

49k or up to 25percent of W2 income. 个体户,小业主都行

SELF-EMPLOYE
1)25% Salary (SELF-PAID)《24500
2)100% MATCH 24500
3)TOTAL =49000(aka LIMIT是49000)

这样要交很多公司PROFIT TAX。一般人搞24500即可.



除个体户外,有雇人的小业主也可以可以给你自己小孩发工资,报学费等等。
来源: smartmoney 于 2011-06-05 18:01:41

所以注册一个公司还是有好处的。
但是大部分大公司只接受固定的supplier的contractor。
不过你可以跟你的contract公司讲,再sub contract给你自己注册的公司。

所谓的corp to corp? 没那么复杂吧
就跟你contract公司说不要做employee,不要W2.
你的income从contract公司给你的1099上来(不是W2)。
你自己注册公司,自己发工资给福利,报W2, 做SEP IRA。
我没有作为contractor这么弄过。LP注册公司,用SEP IRA. 知道一点点。

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文章时间: 2011-6-06 周一, 上午11:08    标题: 引用回复


十年炒股计划受税率的影响

送交者: bubble 2011年06月02日19:46:45


短线炒股要按季度交税,为了计算方便,假设是按年度交税。
假设未来十年你的炒股总回报(率)是 9900%。再假设你每年的回报一样。这样你每年的回报为
58.4893%。

税率是多少呢?联邦税是统一的,但州税、城市税不等。根据收入每人的税率也不等。
我们假设你的税率为45%,这样交税后你十年的实际可得回报只有1527%。
经济一恢复,税率可能增至60%,实际可得回报为718%。若再假设每年你的生活费用也要来自炒股,
生活费用+税=75%,你十年的实际可得回报只剩下291%。这还没有除去通胀。

当然如果你一开始资金很少,税率会低得多,财富积累快得多。

以上的计算显示了在美国靠自己的钱炒股积累财富的困难。做股票大多数人赚钱是靠他人的钱。

在中国
因为炒股没有增值税,所以炒股者个人财富积累快得多。当然亏了也不能减税,财富消失也快得多。

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Funds都有复杂的tax structure。实际上,trading income 也可用MTM方法 (IRS code#475),就不用纠结wash sale and short-term gains了。

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2012 State Business Tax Climate Index

Mark Robyn, January 25, 2012


Tax Foundation Background Paper No. 62
http://www.taxfoundation.org/research/show/22658.html


Download a full PDF of the study here,
http://taxfoundation.org/files/2012_tax_foundation_index_bp62.pdf
or download Excel tables here:
http://www.taxfoundation.org/taxdata/topic/90.html

The Tax Foundation presents the 2012 version of the State Business Tax Climate Index to enable business leaders, government policymakers, and taxpayers to gauge how their states’ tax systems compare.


Map


The 10 best states in this year’s Index are:

1. Wyoming

2. South Dakota

3. Nevada

4. Alaska

5. Florida

6. New Hampshire

7. Washington

8. Montana

9. Texas

10. Utah

It is obvious that the absence of a major tax is a dominant factor in vaulting many of these 10 states to the top of the rankings. Property taxes and unemployment insurance taxes are levied in every state, but there are several states that do without one or more of the major taxes: the corporate tax, the individual income tax, or the sales tax. Wyoming, Nevada and South Dakota have no corporate or individual income tax; Alaska has no individual income or state-level sales tax; Florida has no individual income tax; and New Hampshire and Montana have no sales tax.

The lesson is simple: a state that raises sufficient revenue without one of the major taxes will, all things being equal, have an advantage over those states that levy every tax in the state tax collector’s arsenal.


The 10 lowest ranked, or worst, states in this year’s Index are:

41. Iowa

42. Maryland

43. Wisconsin

44. North Carolina

45. Minnesota

46. Rhode Island

47. Vermont

48. California

49. New York

50. New Jersey

New Jersey scores at the bottom by having the third-worst individual income tax, the fifth-worst sales tax, the 13th-worst corporate tax, and the second-worst property tax. Rhode Island has improved from 47th to 46th by implementing a modest individual income tax reform, but still has the worst unemployment tax system and fifth-worst property tax system. Maryland improved from 44th to 42nd this year due mostly to the expiration of the state’s “millionaire’s tax” on high-income earners. The states in the bottom 10 suffer from the same afflictions: complex, non-neutral taxes with comparatively high rates.

Illinois moved most dramatically in its Index rank over the past year, falling twelve places (from 16th place in 2011 to 28th place in 2012).

The 2012 Index represents the tax climate of each state as of July 1, 2011, the first day of the standard 2012 state fiscal year.


Table 1.
2012 State Business Tax Climate Index Ranks and Component Tax Ranks


Table 2.
State Business Tax Climate Index, 2011-2012


Introduction


A Review of the Economic Literature


Measuring the Impact of Tax Differentials


Methodology


2011 Rankings & Scores

This report includes 2011 Index rankings and scores that can be used for comparison with the 2012 rankings and scores. These can differ from previously published 2011 Index rankings and scores, due to backcasting of the above methodological changes and corrections to variables brought to our attention since the last report was published. The 2011 scores and rankings in this report are definitive.


Corporate Income Tax

Table 3
Corporate Tax Component of the State Business Tax Climate Index, 2011-2012


Individual Income Tax

Table 4.
Individual Income Tax Component of the State Business Tax Climate Index


Sales Tax

Table 5.
Sales Tax Component of the State Business Tax Climate Index, 2011-2012


Property Tax

Table 6.
Property Tax Component of the State Business Tax Climate Index, 2011-2012


Tax Foundation 2012 State Business Tax Climate Index, PDF, 976.8 KB, by Mark Robyn
http://www.taxfoundation.org/files/2012_tax_foundation_index_bp62.pdf

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把豪宅留给后代该如何避税?

华尔街日报|2014-04-08


美国的高档社区又迎来了大好时光。根据西雅图房价估算网站Zillow的数据,去年东汉普顿、纽约市和比弗利山庄的房价上涨10%左右。在迈阿密附近有座不对外人开放的费希尔岛(Fisher Island),去岛上只能通过私家渡轮、而且只有一个特别名单上的人能去,那里的房价更是上涨了三分之一左右。

房价上涨对于卖家来说通常是好事,但其中也涉及一项很多人总是忘记的成本:到业主去世的时候,房产产生的遗产税恐怕要远远高于几年前的水平。另外,遗产税的上涨一直快于房价和资产价格,而据一些专家说,可能还会进一步上涨。但一些法律上的操作或许有助于缓冲这种负面影响。

如今的联邦房地产遗产税针对的是价值534万美元以上的房产,最高税率40%。由于每个人都可以把一笔金额不限的钱留给配偶,每对夫妇事实上的免税额是1,070万美元左右。最低的房地产遗产税率出现在2010年,由于国会山的政治失灵导致该税种出现了一年的空档,当年的税率实际为零。得益于此,包括纽约扬基队(New York Yankees)已故老板乔治・斯坦布莱纳(George Steinbrenner)等在内的好几位亿万富豪的继承人留住了本来要交给美国政府的数亿美元。

这些钱在今天当然是省不下了。事实上由于美国贫富差距越来越大,遗产税税率不变则已,要变则很有可能是提高。在距今不远的20世纪70年代,针对美国最富人群的联邦房地产遗产税税率最高就曾达到77%。如果贫富差距继续拉大,今天40%的税率在将来的国会看来或许显得实在太低,不得不要上调。

好消息是,联邦税法的漏洞比一群带伤的编织工编织出的30米长围巾的漏洞还多。其中的几个大漏洞在这里或许特别有用。第一个漏洞允许人们通过一种名叫“合格个人住宅信托”(qualified personal residence trust,简称QPRT)的临时性基金把房产转让给继承人。这只基金可以让时间成为你在遗产税方面的朋友而不是敌人,因为它可以大幅度地降低房产的应税价值。举个例子:一套价值1,000万美元的住宅通过一只七年期的QPRT转让给继承人,就只会当作一套价值860万美元的房产计税。由于受益人要七年以后才能得到房产,国税局(Internal Revenue Service)会允许这套房产的价值每推迟一年就少计算几个百分点。

喜上加喜:一旦房产转让给继承人,将来所有增值部分都会排除在应税价值之外。比如,如果上述那套私属岛屿住宅每年增值7%,而你在10年后去世,那么在没有QPRT的情况下,你这套房产作为接受的遗产将被按2,000万美元的价值交税。在有QPRT的情况下,房产的应税价值将只是860万美元。到最后,这之间的差价有望帮助你节省遗产税最多500万美元,具体多少则要看你的具体情况。当然也有一些注意事项,最重要的一条是你要比这只信托基金活得长才能享受到这个好处,不然你自己的遗产又要按住宅的全部价值计税。另外,一旦房产被转让,它便归你的继承人所有,哪怕你再活20年也没有用。

另外一条鲜为人知的策略是把房产转让给一个由家族控制的有限责任公司,然后一年一年地将有限责任公司的股份送给受益人。这样做可以从几个不同的途径减少将来的遗产税。第一,可以要求对有限责任公司的每股价值折价征收遗产税,因为它是非公众公司的少数股权。所以,对于汉普顿一处1,000万美元的海滩大宅,尽管它1%的股份本来应该是价值10万美元,但在计算遗产税的时候,它可以只被估值为8.5万美元、甚至更少。第二,根据联邦赠予税免税额规定,每位受益人每一年的应税价值可以再砍掉1.4万美元,这样就可以把10万美元份额的应税价值降到7.1万美元。最后,股份一旦送出,其本身和将来的增值部分就会从遗产中扣除,最高可以扣除每人1.4万美元的赠予税免税额。也就是说,即便房产价值2,000万美元,只要人能活过10年,遗产的应税总额会大大减少----依旧省下几百万美元。

一些专家更推荐有限责任公司这条路子。马萨诸塞州尼德姆一律师事务所的税法律师埃里克・罗藤伯格(Eric Rothenberg)说,经过一定的时间,这个办法可以“在不给父母造成代价的情况下实现大额财富转移”。但使用有限责任公司的办法存在一个重要问题,就是确定每一股可以拿到多少折价。波士顿管理约33亿美元资产的财富管理公司Colony Group的理财规划师鲍伯・格鲁夫斯基(Colony Group)说,过去有人最高拿到了40%的折价,意味着转让价值10万美元的股份应税价值最低只有6万美元,但这就比较“激进”了。他提醒,申请折扣幅度太大可能招致国税局的质疑。如果国税局质疑成功,投资者不但省不下这些钱,还要支付额外的利息和罚金。有鉴于此,格鲁夫斯基建议选择QPRT而不是有限责任公司。另外,QPRT享受的折扣是以国税局公布的数据表格为基础的,所以不会被质疑。格鲁夫斯基还说,信托基金的成立通常也更加简单。

当然,大多数富人都会想到在这些问题上寻求可靠的法律建议。在此过程中记住这样一点或许是有好处的:有人说,房地产遗产税是最不讨人嫌的税种之一,因为它的征税对象既不是辛勤劳动者,也不是创业者,而是继承财产的幸运儿。而且,尽管最终你还是得缴纳税款,但好在美国税法还是有些空子可以让见多识广的人去利用。

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