Category Archives: Tax Planning

Trade Your Date for a Newer, Sportier Model

Earlier this week, millions of Americans observed, open-mouthed, as the slow-motion trainwreck known as The Bachelor finale skidded across their televisions. Race car driver Arie Luyendyk chose Becca to be his wife. Then, after what appeared to be weeks of engaged bliss, he dragged the poor woman back into the spotlight to dump her like last week’s leftover fish, then proposed to runner-up Lauren B. Read more…

TAX TUNE UP 021: Ivy League Tax Problems

They say, “What goes up, must come down,” and if you’ve owned bitcoin lately, you’d probably agree. But one thing that saying definitely doesn’t apply to is College costs. Back in ’97, College tuition cost around $16,000 and now the average cost is around $42,000 — and Colleges are beginning to turn to alternate funding sources. Read more…

How to Think About the Tax Cuts and Job Act

Welcome to 2018! This year we’ve got a lot more going on than usual, so let’s get right to it.

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. Learn it. Live it. Love it. This is, literally, a once-in-a-generation opportunity to make planning the centerpiece of your business and your value to your clients. You can jump on it. Or you can let it slip through your fingers. Read more…

TAX TUNE UP 018: Talk About Prime Real Estate!

When Amazon was deciding where to place their new headquarters, municipalities all over the U.S. sent in their bids in an attempt to have it placed in their town, in turn boosting their economy. Even though you may not have the same amount of muscle to flex (as a Municipality) to negotiate your own tax rate, you still can use the tax code to your benefit. Read more…