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Midyear 2019 Tax Planning Letter

A letter from Philip L. Liberatore, CPA

For better or worse, the past tax season provides you a clear picture of how the updated tax code impacts your situation. Now it’s time to use this insight to ensure you’re in the best position to effectively minimize your 2019 tax obligations.

Consider the actions you can take today that will make a difference to next year’s tax bill. Have you adjusted your withholdings or boosted your retirement plan contributions? Are you saving the right records for the deductions you want to take? If you own a business, have you made any equipment purchases or updated your employee benefits? Address these questions now while there’s still time to adjust your money-saving strategies for maximum results.

Call today to set up a midyear review so you can make the most of your tax-cutting efforts. And as always, feel free to share this newsletter with friends and associates who are interested in cutting their tax bills for 2019 and beyond.

Calling all taxpayers: Plan now and pay less

Procrastination is easy, especially when it comes to summertime tax planning. But waiting to implement strategies to reduce your 2019 tax obligations could cost you money. CONTINUE READING HERE

Add your business tax planning to your summer to-do list

A midyear tax review of your business can pay off in big ways. CLICK HERE

Fund retirement or your child’s education?

Should you prioritize your own future over your child’s education? This is an emotionally charged question that leads many parents to fund college at the expense of their own retirement. However, with proper planning, you may be able to fund your retirement and still offer financial support for college.

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