Question: If you’re a single member LLC, how do you record paying yourself? Answer: You can record this an owners’ draw from your business. This is not an expense. You can write yourself a check, or just make a transfer…
Since self-employment taxes start when you’ve earned $400 or more of self-employment income (doesn’t include W-2 wages), the IRS wants you to report that income as soon as the gross income is at or above $400.
If your clothing purchase satisfies the requirements found in the IRS Publication 17, then they can be deducted as a business expense. Your clothing must be specifically required by your employer and must not be suitable for taking the place of your regular clothing. If your clothing does not satisfy these requirements, consider them a personal purchase.
Thanks to CPA mobility, your Certified Public Accountant is not required to operate in the same state you’re living in. CPA mobility is a national effort to adopt a uniform system that allows licensed CPAs to provide services across state lines without being subject to unnecessary burdens that do not protect the public interest.