2018 Year-End Tax Planning Guide

This guide provides an overview of the most consequential changes under the TCJA and other key tax provisions you need to be aware of. It offers a variety of strategies for minimizing your taxes in the new tax environment. It will be important to work closely with your tax advisor this year. They can help you identify which changes affect you and the best strategies for maximizing the new tax law’s benefits and minimizing any negative tax ramifications.

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Charitable gifts may or may not save you taxes this year

Charitable Gifts May or May Not Save You Taxes This Year

In past years, it has been the norm to make charitable donations to not-for-profit organizations at the end of the year as a tax savings strategy and in the spirit of the holidays. While most donations are not typically dependent on tax savings, individuals should know that the new tax law has changed the potential […]

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Guidance issued on business interest expense

Guidance Issued on Business Interest Expense

A major issue for large businesses is the business interest expense limitation, which was included in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). The IRS has issued proposed regulations that taxpayers can rely on until final regulations are released. These regulations provide a broader definition of interest as well as many other notable provisions. The […]

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Bunching Charitable Contributions

Tax Strategy: Bunching Charitable Contributions

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) passed late last year, bringing about some of the most comprehensive changes in tax law in decades. The most discussed and impactful changes for most individuals include the lowering of tax rates, increased standard deduction and suspension of personal exemptions, a higher phase-out threshold for the child tax […]

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