2018 Executive Year-End Tax Planning Guide
This Executive Tax Guide is designed to help high income earners identify the best tax planning strategies. It provides an overview of the most consequential changes and key tax provisions you need to be aware of and offers a variety of strategies for minimizing taxes in the new tax environment. If you have questions about how these changes affect you, or about which strategies are most advantageous to your situation, please contact your local Blue & Co. tax advisor.
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