Sweeping tax legislation enacted under George W. Bush is set to expire at the end of 2010. The ramifications for savers and investors are significant, including higher or reinstated taxes across the tax code. Congress has the remainder of 2010 to agree on legislation that would extend some or all of the Bush–era tax cuts,
Affluent clients who have built up sizable retirement savings and established equity in their homes or businesses should consider ways to protect hard-earned assets from lawsuit, civil claims, or bankruptcy proceedings. Doctors face unique risks due to the nature of their profession. In fact, an astounding 91% of OB-GYNs reported having had at least one
You may have philanthropic clients who are limited to the amount of charitable deduction they can claim due to how much income they report. They may also be interested in creating a tax-free retirement account for themselves or their heirs. Combining these two strategies may make sense. Charitable contribution tax rules at a glance The
There will soon be tax increases for certain individuals that spring from the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010, passed earlier this year. One of the goals of the legislation was to expand health insurance coverage to an additional 32 million Americans currently without insurance.
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