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Tax Tips

As part of your planning for next year, now is the time to review funding your retirement accounts In 2022. With the cost of living calculations and increases in inflation, higher phaseout limits make many more taxpayers eligible for fully deductible contributions. So plan now...

It's that time again! The final chance to reduce your annual tax bill is here. Spend a few minutes considering the following ideas: 1. Make last minute charitable donations. 2. Review and maximize use of the $15,000 annual gift giving limit. 3. Review your investment portfolio for capital gain and loss...

With all the tax law changes over the past few years, here are some things that should trigger you to conduct a full tax planning session to ensure your tax bill is not higher than it needs to be. 1. You owed tax in 2020. Having a...

While most income received from your employer quickly ends up on a W-2 tax form at the end of the year, here are some common employee benefits that often avoid the impact of Federal taxes. Health Benefits. While now reported on W-2's, employer-provided health insurance premiums are...

The Social Security Administration announced a whopping 5.9 percent boost to monthly Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits for 2022. The increase is based on the rise in the Consumer Price Index over the past 12 months ending in September 2021. For those contributing...

Though the markets have been up strongly this year, your investment portfolio could have a few lemons in it. Using the tax strategy of tax-loss harvesting, you may be able to turn those lemons into lemonade. Here are five tips: Tip #1: Separate short-term and long-term Your...