Helpful Tax Planning
for 2017 and 2018
Tax Season is just around the corner and we have made lists (of what’s new & likely new in the tax code for 2017 & 2018) and checked them twice! Read all about it for both individual and business returns in the end of the year letters prepared to inform and remind you of things you can do BEFORE YEAR’S END TO MINIMIZE YOUR TAX LIABILITY. IT IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER TO TAKE YEAR END PLANNING ACTION TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF DEDUCTIONS THAT MIGHT NOT BE AVAILABLE NEXT YEAR. Please take a moment and read; we know you are busy but, don’t miss out! Click anywhere in this article to link to the letters.
When our 2017 software arrives, we will be getting it ready for YOU our clients. As soon as that happens, you will be getting another email with instructions for access to your organizer. Look for that early in the 2nd week of January. Until then enjoy the Holidays with family and friends and Happy Tax Planning. As always you can call us with any questions!!
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