Category - Taxes

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Potential new #401k and #IRA rules? #Taxes #Retirement
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Bring Clarity to Your 2020 Taxes
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Best Tax Software for 2019
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Avoid Shock at Tax Time with Tax Planning
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2018 Year-End Tax Planning Tips

Potential new #401k and #IRA rules? #Taxes #Retirement

The post Potential new #401k and #IRA rules? #Taxes #Retirement appeared first on Yardley Wealth Management, LLC.

There is recent breaking news on the retirement plan rules front. The House passed a bill that would change some of the rules around 401(k)s and IRAs.

It will do some nice things. The Senate still needs to pass it and the President still needs to sign it. Given how overwhelmingly the House passed it, it seems like there’s a good chance it could become law.

One change is that it would allow people to continue making IRA contributions past 70 1/2, …

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Bring Clarity to Your 2020 Taxes

Whether you just filed yesterday, filed earlier in 2019 , or have asked for an extension, as Policygenius.com says, you should “Start determining your 2020 tax strategy today.”  This is especially true if you filed an extension because you want to be better prepared next year: “Although Tax Day 2020 is a year away, remember that your taxes are a look back at the prior calendar year.”

This may seem like an obvious statement when you scramble to find receipts and documentation as the tax deadline approaches but have you considered that you do not have to struggle to account …

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Best Tax Software for 2019

Regardless of whether you are doing your personal or business taxes, you need a tax software program that accommodates your needs. Incomplete forms and errors are the last things that you want to deal with when filing your taxes, and filing as a military family can add even more confusion as you may be dealing with more unique complications. Having a high-quality and accurate product that is developed for your specific situation is critical. We’ve taken the time to find the top 15 tax software products on the market, outlining their key features to help you pick the right one.… Read More

Avoid Shock at Tax Time with Tax Planning

Many of us simply work all year and then approach tax season with much dread. We delay doing our taxes for as long as possible because we don’t want to face this unpleasant task. Even people who feel assured of a refund may not file right away. But perhaps the recent changes to the tax code will encourage people to take a new approach after this year: tax planning. Rather than being surprised at what happens, you can plan for your taxes. You can make decisions earlier in the year that will help soften the blow of having to gather… Read More

2018 Year-End Tax Planning Tips

Yep, it’s that time of year again. While the stock markets were busy correcting in October, making for a very volatile month, our thoughts turn to year-end tax planning.

Now is the time to take steps to cut your 2018 tax bill. Here are some relatively foolproof year-end tax planning strategies to consider, taking into account changes included in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).

Year-end Planning Moves for Individuals

Game the Increased Standard Deduction Allowances. The TCJA almost doubled the standard deduction amounts. For 2018, the amounts are $12,000 for singles and those who use married filing separate …

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