The tax reform law created a new tax landscape that could have a significant impact on year-end income-tax planning.
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As year-end nears, retirement planning becomes a focus for investors, especially retirees who have year-end deadlines for retirement income distributions.
Tax reform has created an opportunity for investors to defer taxes on capital gains if they invest in so-called “Opportunity Zones”
Individuals can choose to make a gift while they are living, or include it in their estate plan for distribution upon death.
Business owners may want to review their tax filing strategies as tax reform made some significant changes to the rules for managing net operating losses (NOLs).
A new tax reform package recently passed the House, but its future in the Senate is uncertain.
Investors may overlook a serious risk to their net worth — creditor risk — and as a result not carry excess coverage such as umbrella insurance.
This October marks the last chance that investors can undo – or recharacterize – a 2017 Roth conversion.
Millennials face different financial challenges than previous generations as they set goals for saving for retirement, paying debt, and buying a home.
Estate planning remains important for investors despite changes under the new tax law.