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10 Ways That Taxes Are Changing in 2018

The new administration is bringing many changes to the country. President Trump recently signed a tax reform bill that will make the most significant changes to taxes that the United States has seen in 30 years. Here are 10 ways taxes are changing in 2018: The Marriage Penalty is Almost Gone In the previous tax legislation, whether two people were married would affect their tax bracket. President Trump’s tax reform bill prevents two people’s tax brackets from changing if they get married. The only people who have to pay the marriage penalty are couples who earn more than $400,000. Higher Standard Deduction and Eliminated...

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Why You Need Short and Long-Term Tax Planning

When it comes to tax planning, retirees can’t only think about the short term or the long term. They must consider both for a financially secure future. To stay in sharp financial shape during the Golden Years, retirees need to understand the difference between annual and long-term tax planning, as well as the benefits of each in regards to retirement. Annual Tax Planning for Retirees Yearly tax planning, or coming up with your strategy during autumn of each year for the following tax season, is important for uncovering attractive tax opportunities. For example, you can realize capital losses, or an investment that...

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5 Ways to Pay Fewer Taxes in 2018

Death and taxes are the only things that are certain, and your obligation to Uncle Sam continues even after you retire. When what you’ve saved needs to last the rest of your life, you don’t want to give away any more than you have to. Discover sound tax strategies to pay fewer taxes in 2018. Understand Social Security Taxation Social Security laws relating to benefit taxation haven’t been adjusted for inflation since they were implemented in 1983. Individuals pay taxes on benefits when their income is $25,000 or more a year. Couples pay when their joint income is $32,000 or more. If you...

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Act Now to Save on Taxes before This Key Deduction is Lost

While Congress usually doesn’t accomplish much near the Christmas break, there are some indications that a new tax plan may reach the President’s desk before the end of the year. Even if an agreement is not reached until early January, it is likely that the tax bill would be made retroactive to January 1st, and so effective for the entirety of 2018. Two key deductions may be going away or facing new limitations as a result of this tax bill, but there is action you can take before the end of the year to save money. It is always best to...

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