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8 Tax Savers for Parents
From IRS Tax Tips: Your children may help you qualify for valuable tax benefits. Here are eight tax benefits parents should look out for when filing their federal tax returns this year. 1. Dependents. In most cases, you can claim your … Continue reading
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2013 Tax Update with Rick Schwartz
Have a listen to Rick Schwartz’s Tax Season 2013 Update!
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Checklist to Cut 2013 Taxes
Take a peak at Andrew’s article for Oncology Practice Management. Lots of tips to cut your 2013 taxes and advice for 2014.
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Radio Interview: 8 Resolutions
Take a listen to Andrew’s interview with George Knight on Radio 92.9 Greater Media Boston – 8 Resolutions to Improve Your Personal Finances
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IRS Increases Retirement Plan Limits for 2014
Contributing to a retirement plan is one of the best tax shelters available to you during your working years. Recently, the IRS announced that most of the retirement savings limits will NOT increase for 2014. RETIREMENT PLAN LIMITS FOR 2014: … Continue reading
To Do for 12/31: Flex Spending Account
Make sure you make applicable elections in connection with your employer’s Flexible Spending Account!
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To Do for 12/31: IRAs to Roth IRAs
Determine whether to convert your IRA to a Roth IRA. Ask your accountant or financial planner for help if you need it!
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IRS Announces Few Increases to Retirement Savings Limits for 2014
On Halloween night, the IRS announced the cost of living adjustments applicable to the various retirement plan limitations. Unfortunately, the bulk of the retirement savings limits will not increase from 2013. According to the October 31st announcement made by the … Continue reading
Why open a Retirement Plan for Your Practice?
Let’s start by discussing some of the benefits of setting up and maintaining a Retirement Plan for your practice. The first benefit is that contributions you make into the retirement plan are generally tax deductible, and then those contributions grow … Continue reading
Part 2: New Tax Rules – Strategies to Minimize your Tax Bill
In my previous post, I wrote about new tax rules for 2013. In today’s Part 2, I’ll cover various strategies you can use to minimize your tax bill in light of these new tax rules. Plan Your Revenue & Expenditures … Continue reading