With potential tax law changes on the horizon, now is a good time to be certain you are informed and prepared.As fiscal stimulus and relief plans continue, Congress and the presidential administration have given guidance on how the revenue needs will be met.With highly anticipated potential tax law changes on the horizon, it may be wise to review proposals that could affect your future planning.As of May 28, 2021, the Dept.
November 3, 2020, GEM 25 — A common mistake some people make is once they create a trust, they forget about it. They don’t see that ongoing evaluation of the trust and its tax basis can potentially yield income tax benefits down the road. Director of Income Tax Planning Tom Kelley discusses how you can potentially reduce your income tax liability by proactively managing the assets in your family’s trusts.
September 29, 2020, GEM 22—With this being an election year, three potential tax scenarios could affect your year-end planning efforts. First, consider the tax laws that President Trump instituted in 2017 under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, then look at the older tax provisions that are still in effect, and finally consider how your planning might be affected by the tax proposals put forth by Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
June 23— While the current volatile market conditions and overall economic landscape may have your investment and business decisions top of mind, an important area of planning that can be deployed during this time is tax planning.
June 16—With the economy and markets in turmoil, you may be asking: How do I use the losses in my portfolio to my advantage? Director of Income Tax Planning Tom Kelley, discusses how to turn a market loss into a gain through tax-loss harvesting. In times like these, it is important to recognize that harvesting these losses now, when done appropriately, helps enable tax savings today and potential tax savings in the future.