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Tax costs are the single largest expense impacting your family’s wealth growth. We assist you in managing your income and investment strategies in ways that help reduce the current and future tax impacts on the growth of your family’s wealth. For higher income and higher net worth families, minimizing tax liability on a year by year basis can be one of the most important aspects to increasing family wealth. However, it can be a confusing process. Tax deductions and tax credits are often overlooked when filing taxes each year, and miscalculations or misinterpretations of tax guidelines can end up costing taxpayers more than their fair share.
Tax planning is the analysis of your finances from a tax perspective, with the purpose of trying to ensure a maximum income and a minimum tax cost. Considerations of tax planning include timing of income, size and timing of purchases/sales, and planning for expenditures. Tax planning strategies include investing for short, mid, and long term goals utilizing tax deferred, or even better, tax advantaged investment strategies as opposed to taxable investment strategies.
Although it’s not exhaustive, the following list of common and uncommon tax planning strategies can help some taxpayers minimize their current and long-term tax obligations. Not all strategies apply to all taxpayers, some strategies require a minimum net worth/income to participate, and some strategies may entail more risk than some taxpayers wish to incur.
We’d be pleased to consult with your tax and accounting professionals regarding any of the previously listed tax strategies. Contact us for your complimentary consultation to make the most of your tax reduction strategies.
We cannot give tax advice and we’re not Certified Public Accountants’. Before implementing any of these strategies you should seek counsel from your CPA. You may also need counsel from an attorney for plan and document preparation, and a financial advisor for asset management solutions.
Information provided is for general educational and informational purposes only and should no be considered a recommendation or investment advice. A recommendation can only be made after the evaluation of an individual's investment profile.