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Are you trying to learn how to deliver massive tax value to your clients? Then look no further. Retirement Tax Services Podcast, Financial Professional’s Edition is a show hosted by Steven Jarvis, CPA. Steven aims to bridge the gap between tax professionals, financial advisors and their mutual clients in their quest for reducing tax expenses in retirement.
Financial advisors can have a favorable impact on client tax refunds every year. So, do you know how to take advantage of this opportunity to demonstrate your value on a […]CONTINUE READING
Almost without fail, when financial advising and tax planning come up in the same conversation, a client’s Roth conversion is the first, second, and third examples advisors give. But, when […]CONTINUE READING
Many financial advisors hesitate to provide any client tax planning advice—mainly due to compliance oversight. However, there are still several ways you can provide massive value without having to provide […]CONTINUE READING
Retirement Tax Planning through Capital Gains Harvesting Capital gains can be an exciting topic. In simple terms, it means that investments worked out well for clients whose advisors recommend capital […]CONTINUE READING
I was recently reviewing a tax return for an advisor. Something just didn’t seem quite right. The advisor had not seen the return before sending it to meCONTINUE READING
Retirement Tax Planning through Capital Gains Harvesting Capital gains can be an exciting topic. In simple terms, it means that investments worked out well for clients whose advisors recommend capitalCONTINUE READING
Assuming that when you have income, you also have to pay tax, definitely keeps you on the safe side of life. Tax-free income seems nonexistent. However, that assumption is […]CONTINUE READING
Get tax returns for all of your clients. This is one of the most common themes you will see on this website and in our podcast. Tax mistakes doCONTINUE READING
Forosophobia In February of 2021, a psychologist suggested a new phobia in Psychology Today: Forosophobia is the proposed “fear of taxes and the IRS.”CONTINUE READING
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