Tax Planning

Tax Planning

Tax Planning Means Different Things to Different People

Our firm strives to create a better tax plan covering many different topics and making sure we are being PROACTIVE, not REACTIVE when it comes to tax planning.

Tax planning tools come in many forms: Correct Corporate Structure, Captive Insurance Companies, FLPs, “Freeze” Partnerships, Retirement Life (a tax-free wealth-building tool), Roth IRA and 401(k) Plans,  401(k) PlansNew Comparability Profit Sharing PlansDefined Benefit Plans, 412(e)3 Defined Benefit Plans (and carve out plans), 401(h) PlansCash Balance Plans, ESOPs, Charitable Remainder Trusts, Charitable Gift Annuities, Family Foundations, Intentionally Defective Grantor Trusts, Long-Term Care Insurance, HSAs, Corporate Structure, Single Premium Life Insurance (with LTC rider), Roth IRA Conversions, etc.

What we want to impress upon potential clients is that if you are not using a firm that knows the above topics and more, YOU ARE NOT receiving the best advice possible.

What does that mean? It means you are paying too much in income taxes and capital gains taxes, and ultimately that your heirs will pay too much in estate taxes upon your death.

Don’t do what everyone else does (the do-nothing position), be proactive to protect your money from the IRS and state government.

Remember, your most likely creditor every year is the IRS. Only you, with the help of qualified advisors, have it in your power to protect your money.

If you want to determine if you are paying too much in income taxes, we recommend that you take the “LOSS TEST.”

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Let us help you review your situation.

Information provided is not intended as tax or legal advice and should not be relied on as such. You are encouraged to seek tax or legal advice from an independent professional.

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