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“Small biz? Pick how you do accounting.”

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Small business taxpayers can benefit from choosing more favorable accounting methods to lower tax burdens, simplify filing processes, and gain better financial insight. IRS approval may be needed to change methods. Options include cash method, UNICAP, inventory treatment, and long-term construction contracts.

  • A change in accounting method could bring unexpected benefits for small business taxpayers.
  • IRS approval may be needed to change accounting methods.

A change in accounting method could bring tax advantages and ease administrative burdens for small business taxpayers. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has expanded options for small businesses to choose more favorable accounting methods. Options include the cash method, UNICAP, inventory treatment, and long-term construction contracts, each offering potential advantages to reduce taxable income and simplify accounting procedures.

Key Insights:

Small business taxpayers can benefit from changing accounting methods to reduce tax burdens, simplify filing processes, and gain better financial insight. IRS approval may be required to make these changes. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has expanded options for small business taxpayers to choose more favorable accounting methods.

Options include the cash method, UNICAP, inventory treatment, and long-term construction contracts. Each method offers potential tax advantages and streamlines accounting procedures for small business owners.


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