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JK Lasser's Small Business Taxes 2006: Your Complete Guide by Barbara Weltman

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These essentially are designed to give to the federal government the tax that has been deferred by reason of the special tax year. This payment can be thought of as simply a deposit, since it does not serve to increase the tax that is otherwise due. The payment is calculated using the highest individual income tax rate plus 1 percentage point. Therefore, the rate for 2005 is 36 percent. The required payment is made by filing Form 8752, Required Payment or Refund Under Section 7519 for Partnerships and S Corporations, by May 15 of the calendar year following the calendar year in which the election begins.

If you are barred from using the cash method, you must use the accrual method or another method of accounting. RESTRICTIONS ON THE USE OF THE CASH METHOD. Even though you maintain inventory, you are permitted to use the cash method if your average annual gross receipts for the three prior years do not exceed $10 million. More specifically, you can use the cash method if your average annual gross receipts for the three tax years (or the years in which you are in business if less than three years) ending with each prior taxable year ending on or after December 31, 2000, do not exceed $10 million.

The chances of being audited vary with the type of business organization, the amount of income generated by the business, and the geographic location of the business. While the chance of an audit is not a significant reason for choosing one form of business organization over another, it is helpful to keep these statistics in mind. 1 sheds some light on your chances of being audited, based on the most recently available statistics. 49 Farming (Schedule F) (based on gross receipts) Under $100,000 $100,000 and over C corporations (based on assets) Under $10 million *Fiscal year from October 1 through September 30.

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