Advisors’ Guide to Capital Gains Taxes and Tax-Loss Harvesting
A key difference between tax preparation and tax planning is choice. Everyone with income has to pay taxes, but proactive taxpayers who plan ahead can have a say in how much they pay in taxes. Passive income, like capital gains and losses, provides great examples of the potential impact of a tax plan. Great financial advisors can help their clients save on taxes through both tax loss harvesting and capital gains harvesting.
Advisor Tax Mistake #7 – Client’s refuse to provide tax documents
This article is the 1st in a series of the 7 most common mistakes financial advisors make on tax planning with clientsRead More
Why Tax Planning is Not a Choice—But Being Great At It Is
The IRS is not shy. They want a cut of the action anytime money is involved. Taxation doesn’t discriminate either: They will take their piece whether it’s cash, real […]Read More
“I have a tax preparer, so I have a tax planner.”
No one goes to an urgent care center complaining that the Family Doctor can’t also do open-heart surgery. We all understand that “doctor” is a general term. Depending on […]Read More
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