State Tax Tips for Financial Advisors

Tough federal taxes take up all the air, the variety in state taxes offers opportunities for financial planning.

This article was written by Steven Jarvis, CPA.

In this article, Steven discusses changes in tax law and the importance of knowing what’s out there, focusing on change, and deprioritizing taxes in decision-making

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