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02.26.19

Maximize the Benefit of Nondeductible IRA Contributions
Thomas Kosinski

Many taxpayers choose to contribute to Roth IRA accounts because they provide for tax-free distributions in the future. However, not all people are eligible to contribute to a Roth IRA. If your income is too high, you may want to consider making nondeductible contributions to a traditional IRA.

01.25.19

Making the Most of the New Pass-Through Deduction
David M. Bowman

Many families use pass-through entities such as partnerships, limited liability companies and S corporations for financial, estate or succession-planning purposes. If you own interests in any such entities, it is important to familiarize yourself with the new 20% “pass-through” deduction contained in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

12.21.18

Dollar Cost Averaging has an Unexpected Price Attached
Adam M. Levine

Many investors use dollar cost averaging (DCA) to reduce their average cost per share and lower the risk that they’ll make a substantial investment just before the market plummets. Although DCA offers some peace of mind, it also comes at a price.

11.16.18

Year-End Tax Planning for Investors
Adam J. Pechin

The end of the year is an ideal time to review your investment portfolio. You want to ensure that it is meeting your objectives and that the mix of assets continues to reflect your time horizon and risk tolerance. It is also a good point to implement strategies for reducing your 2018 tax bill.

10.05.18

Your Responsibility When Hiring Household Help
Jacqueline N. Janczewski

When you hire a housekeeper, nanny or other domestic worker, you do not just acquire an employee, but also a set of tax responsibilities. Proper filing and reporting enables your worker to build an employment record and gain access to Social Security, Medicare and other benefits. This also helps protect you from potentially expensive and time-consuming legal trouble.

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