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It has sometimes been assumed that tax planning was reserved for the wealthy.
An element of the new tax law that went into effect the beginning of 2018 is the increase of standard deductions for both single and joint filers. Although this can be positive for taxpayers, this may also greatly reduce the itemized deductions that many previously have
The U.S. House of Representatives released the Republican party’s proposed tax plan on November 2nd. Called the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” if enacted, it would be the most significant change in taxes since the Tax Reform Act of 1986.
With the 2016 tax filing deadline in our rear view mirror, we are looking forward to 2017 and offering tax planning advice to our clients. 2017 dawned with two main changes in tax filing.
One of the big questions as you begin the retirement process is when to start receiving your social security benefits. Or if you already receive them, how those benefits may be affected by other income. Individuals that are still working or r
Michael Solomon and Caleb Griffith gave a first-rate presentation at last week's seminar on ways to reduce tax liabilities. Equally great was the lively interaction of questions and comments from those attending. Here are the key points: