Fiscal Cliff Year-End Tax Planning Family Pension Plan

Fiscal Cliff is a non-technical economic term used popularly to describe a series of tax increases and mandatory budget cuts set to occur at the beginning of 2013.  The term "cliff" refers to the... more +
Fiscal Cliff is a non-technical economic term used popularly to describe a series of tax increases and mandatory budget cuts set to occur at the beginning of 2013.  The term "cliff" refers to the idea that such increases and cuts would be catastrophic to the fragile economy and consequently, force the economy off of a metaphorical cliff. less -
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Rappelling Down the Fiscal Cliff – Strategies for Cushioning the Fall – Part IV

The Family Pension Plan - Overview: This “Cliff-Hanging” series has focused on strategies to reduce taxation for the current tax year and the impending fall off the Cliff next year. In case you are...more

Rappelling Down the Fiscal Cliff – Strategies for Cushioning the Fall – Part II

A. Overview - Part I of this series focused on the impact of impending tax increases following the Presidential Election for corporate executives and salaried professionals. Part II of the series will focus on...more

Rappelling Down the Fiscal Cliff – Strategies for Cushioning the Fall – Part I

Ready, set, go! Following the Presidential election last night, the race is on for year-end tax planning and bracing for the fall off the fiscal cliff. While no one can tell exactly what the tax outcome will be after...more

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