Having children, saving for college, buying or selling a home and retirement are just a few of the major life events that will have an impact on your taxes. Make sure you have the information you need to make smart decisions when it comes to your taxes through every stage of your life. Year-round tax planning can help you prepare for these changes while staying on track to achieve your financial goals.
- Am I having enough withheld?
When determining the correct withholding amount for your salary or wages, your objective should be to have just enough taxes withheld to prevent you from incurring penalties when your tax return is due.
- Financial Planning
A good financial plan focuses on your individual needs and goals – and builds on those central considerations to shape decisions on everything from retirement funding and education savings to asset protection and growing your estate and investments, all while considering the tax implications therein.
- Getting Started
Before beginning your tax return, here are a few things you should know.
- Save Money by Planning Year-round
By engaging in tax planning, you help take the guesswork and anxiety out of the tax return process. Going forward, you'll be able to anticipate and manage your tax situation, instead of accepting it as inevitable.
- Speculating on the Future of the Federal Estate Tax
- Tax planning for income
- Year-end tax planning