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.
May 4, 2021—The ongoing pandemic has made philanthropy more important than ever. The good news is some of the charitable giving tax benefits, originally enacted through the CARES Act at the start of the pandemic, have been extended through 2021.
April 20, 2021—When the “kiddie tax” became law in 1986, the IRS began taxing a child’s unearned income, such as interest and dividends, at the parent’s tax rate rather than at the child’s far lower rate. Although the kiddie tax rules can lead to harsh consequences for many families, with proper planning they may create tax-saving opportunities for higher-income taxpayers.