If you use your home computer for work, listen up. You might be able to deduct its cost.
Business property has its own class of deductions. Here's the scoop from MainStreet's favorite tax pro.
Choosing which per diem option to utilize when filing your taxes could save you major money.
If you travel away from home overnight for business you can deduct the cost of travel, lodging, meals and “incidental” expenses.
Business travelers don't have to keep a full year of records, they can "sample" instead. Here's the scoop on how to do it correctly.
Keeping track of business mileage can sometimes seem like more work than it's worth. Here's one tip to make the process much easier.
Business travel expenses are one thing, but common commuting costs? Those aren't deductible. Here's why.
Here are the key facts you should know about the standard mileage deduction.
If you want to get the most out of your business tax deductions, you have to keep a good record of your business travel.
If you're a road warrior who doesn't get reimbursed fully by your boss, you qualify for a business expense deduction on your tax return.