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Contractors tax manual

Washington (State). Dept. of Revenue Excise Tax Division. Audit Review Section.

Contractors tax manual

by Washington (State). Dept. of Revenue Excise Tax Division. Audit Review Section.

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Published by Washington State Dept. of Revenue in [Olympia? Wash.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Construction industry -- Taxation -- Washington (State),
  • Construction industry -- Washington (State) -- Accounting.,
  • Business enterprises -- Taxation -- Washington (State),
  • Sales tax -- Washington (State),
  • Use tax -- Washington (State),
  • Public utilities -- Taxation -- Washington (State)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBusiness and occupation tax, retail sales and use tax, public utility tax.
    Statementprepared by Excise Tax Division, Audit Review Section ; Jerry Hammond, principal author ; edited by Research and Information Division ; reviewed by Interpretations and Appeals Division.
    ContributionsHammond, Jerry.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (loose-leaf) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16510038M

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The construction contractor tax book with answers you can trust PPC's Guide to Construction Contractor Taxation provides comprehensive “how to” guidance on the issues surrounding construction contractors. The guidance is designed to provide practical, thorough, and up-to-date guidance on the unique tax issues faced by contractors.

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Real Property vs. Tangible Personal Property If the answers to all three questions are yes, the item is. Establishing whether an item is real property or tangible personal property (TPP) is the first step toward determining tax responsibility. When the construction contractor resells the fixtures and/or machinery and equipment to a participating party or to a prime contractor for use in an approved CAEFTA project, they should obtain form CDTFA – CAEATFA Exclusion Certificate for Sales and Use Tax, to support that the sale qualifies for the exclusion provided by RTC   Paying Taxes as an Independent Contractor.

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Contractor's Year-Round Tax Guide Revised Edition by Michael C. Thomsett. Chapter 1. Taxes and Forms of Organization. This is a tax guide for construction contractors. If you're running a construction company, this manual will help you to: Steer clear of tax problems, and; Reduce your tax burden, so you can; Make a better living at your chosen.

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Independent contractors are not subject to minimum wages, overtime compensation, employee benefits or tax withholding, so don’t include this language. Promises of future employment. Contractors are not subject to unemployment compensation after job completion or termination, they are hired on a per-job basis with no promise of future work.

Contractors perform the construction work in accordance with the plans and specifications provided by the owner and are required to be licensed by state law. General or Prime Contractors. A general contractor's principal business is the performance of the construction work in accordance with the plans and specifications of the owner.

The tax law included a new tax deduction for small business owners, called the Qualified Business Income (QBI) deduction. This deduction is 20% of qualified business income in addition to your usual business expense deductions.

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