As year-end approaches, there may be steps taxpayers can take to better manage their current tax bill or to hedge the risk of future higher tax rates. Now is an opportune time to assess finances and determine if adjustments are needed. It is especially timely since, for many options, there is a limited window to
There may be planning opportunities to mitigate the taxes associated with a Roth conversion.
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Consider Roth IRAs and other tax efficient strategies when planning ahead for potential future higher taxes.
With tax bills among clients’ top concerns, year-end planning offers an opportune time to take advantage of tax-smart strategies and meet 2014 deadlines. Here are five year-end planning ideas that require action by December 31, 2014, that could help you identify ways to build your business. 1. Review required minimum distributions (RMDs). Many investors take
The final quarter may be the busiest time for financial planning as clients focus on preparing for 2013. This year in particular has presented many challenges for clients as they try to grow and protect assets in the face of uncertainty around taxes and fiscal policy. Some key end-of-year strategies for consideration include: Contact clients