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Strategic Year-End Business Planning for Maximum Tax Benefit

Posted by Brian Dansa

Dec 22, 2016 1:20:42 PM

There are several strategies that businesses should consider in order to maximize tax benefits while year-end planning for 2016.  Some of the strategies that should be considered involve the following tax topics:

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Topics: tax, corporate tax,, dopkins tax, year end tax planning, Code Section 179, family owned business, Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act, PATH Act, Strategic Planning, Research Credit



Countdown to 2017....What is your year-end tax planning strategy?

Posted by Sarah E. DesJardins

Dec 19, 2016 10:04:06 AM

As the year comes to a close, there are three important items that should be considered regarding your year-end personal tax planning strategies.

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Topics: tax, personal tax planning, dopkins tax, year end tax planning, roth ira converstion, medical expense deduction, minimum distribution requirement, required minimum distribution, roth ira



Give Yourself the Gift of Year End Tax Planning

Posted by Sarah E. DesJardins

Dec 13, 2016 9:30:00 AM

Before you get caught up in all the holiday gatherings and celebrations, it is important to take some time to evaluate your tax situation for the current year. Some simple personal tax planning techniques can potentially save you hundreds or thousands of dollars either in the current or succeeding year. While some events such as the timing of having a child may be difficult to control, there are many other events you can manipulate to reduce your tax liability.

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Topics: tax planning,, personal tax planning, dopkins tax, year end tax planning



Congress Passes Extenders Package

Posted by Eric R. Soro CPA

Dec 17, 2014 4:40:00 PM

 Congress Passes Extenders Package, ABLE Act; Cuts IRS Budget

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Topics: dopkins tax, year end tax planning, Tax Extenders



Key Tax Provisions-- Extensions Still Uncertain

Posted by Samantha Keller CPA

Nov 13, 2014 2:14:57 PM

With the fourth quarter of 2014 here, we continue to await Congressional action on the extension of a number of key tax provisions that expired at the end of 2013. Though the continuing delay creates uncertainty for taxpayers as they begin to prepare for their 2014 tax returns, most observers hope that extender legislation will come now that the midterm elections are over.

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Topics: tax planning,, depreciation, tax provision, section 179, year end tax planning, sales tax





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