1. Travel Expenses:
All costs associated with traveling for business purposes can be tax deductible, including airfare, meals, and hotels.
2. Equipment and Supplies:
Purchases of tools, parts, and other materials used in construction work can be deducted from taxable income.
3. Vehicle Expenses:
Costs such as gas, repairs, maintenance, tolls, and parking fees can be written off when related to business activities.
4. Business Insurance Premiums:
Insurance premiums paid for business-related purposes are often tax deductible.
5. Home Office Deduction:
If a portion of the home is regularly used exclusively for business activities then a portion of the rent or mortgage is deductible as a business expense.
6. Pension Plans:
Contributions to retirement plans are tax deductible and can help reduce the overall taxable income for an individual.
7. Health Insurance Premiums:
The cost of health insurance premiums can be deducted from taxable income, which can lead to significant savings for workers in construction or other industries.
8. Professional Fees:
Costs associated with professional services provided to the business such as legal or accounting fees are tax deductible.