Incorporating tax planning into your overall financial plan means you’ll avoid higher taxes—or stiff penalties for errors. Whether you’re:
Or in the midst of many other money scenarios, proper tax planning is a smart move.
Without it, your actions—or inactions—may result in a higher annual federal and state tax bill. These could even push you into a higher tax bracket. And you may not be taking advantage of tax-reducing benefits offered by certain kinds of investment accounts.
Tax rules are complicated and change regularly. That’s why you may want to join so many families and individuals who rely on a fiduciary financial advisor to identify ways that make your financial plans more tax efficient.
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