Year-End Tax Planning refers to the process of structuring assets to ensure an individual or entity receives the most favorable tax treatment under the law. Some aspects of Year-End Tax Planning include... more +
Year-End Tax Planning refers to the process of structuring assets to ensure an individual or entity receives the most favorable tax treatment under the law. Some aspects of Year-End Tax Planning include strategies to maximize deductions, defer income to a future date, take advantage of current laws before they expire at year's end, and establish certain types of specialized trusts, to name a few.
The 2010 Tax Relief Act and your estate plan
A Better 2012 for BigLaw (With Big Asterisks)
Tax Questions to Ask Yourself with the End of 2012 and the Fiscal Cliff Approaching
As of this writing, it’s difficult to speculate as to what U.S. income tax rates will be in the year 2013. This has become especially apparent due to the effect of the so-called “fiscal cliff” and the results of the November...more
This Alert is designed to offer easy to understand and easy to implement year-end tax strategies in times of incredible tax uncertainty. This Alert is also designed to stimulate thought and inspire action during one of the...more
Maximizing Charitable Strategies When Cash is Short
1. Overview -
This series has focused on strategies to reduce taxation for the current tax year and the impending fall off the Cliff. This installment will...more
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
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
Originally published in Tax Management Estates, Gifts, and Trusts Journal, x, 11/08/2012.
The current tax environment suffers from a lot of economic and political uncertainty. The general consensus...more
The end of 2012 may bring unexpected and adverse changes formany taxpayers due to the scheduled December 31, 2012, expiration of a number of tax cuts. Because most of these tax cuts have been in effect since 2001, many...more
It is not too early to start planning income tax steps to take before year-end. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act introduced two new taxes that will go into effect January 1, 2013. These are a 3.8 percent...more
This outline is not intended to be a comprehensive outline, but is intended to be a helpful resource summarizing the federal income tax and cited financial planning opportunities available before December 31, 2012 for...more
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