Hopefully you’ve already filed your taxes or are in the process of doing so. While it’s always important to review your tax return every year, it’s particularly important in 2019, given last year’s tax changes. Your 2018 tax return holds the answer about whether you benefited or lost out under the new tax legislation. It also offers insights into whether you’re on track for 2019, tax-wise. Considering that we’re already more than a quarter of the way through the new tax year, don’t wait any longer. Here’s what you need to know now about your taxes.Read More
The recent Tax Cut and Jobs Act was the biggest overhaul of US tax legislation in decades. SageVest Wealth Management has been proactive in advising you on how the sweeping tax reforms may impact your investments and your wealth. We’ve focused on both the intended and unintended consequences to individuals, families, and businesses. Here, we provide some insights on tax reform and charitable giving, including strategies to maximize the value of your future charitable giving.Read More
According to an estimate from the Tax Policy Center, 80% of US taxpayers will owe less in taxes as a result of tax reform. A smaller percentage will pay more.
Do you know if you’re one of the lucky or unlucky ones?
Sadly for many, tax with-holdings will not adjust appropriately given the complexity of tax reform changes. This means that people might not feel the impact of tax reform until they file their taxes in April 2019. Here’s what you need to do now to plan proactively and try to avoid a tax surprise next year.Read More
The recently legislated tax reform made for an extraordinary end to 2017, when considering how the new tax laws impact you, your family and your finances. Despite an objective to simplify the tax code, it remains complex, particularly the determination of whether you’ll be facing higher or lower taxes in the future.
SageVest Wealth Management outlines the primary changes in individual taxes, focusing on the areas that render the greatest impact to our clients. The majority of tax changes discussed will expire on December 31, 2025, unless otherwise noted.Read More
Year-end tax planning can allow you to capture tax-saving opportunities before they vanish on January 1st. This year, the stakes are higher. Tax reform discussions are underway, presenting the very real possibility of sweeping tax changes in 2018. This includes the loss of many common deductions.
If you itemize your deductions, it’s important to know how your taxes could change, and if there are deductions you can quickly secure before they potentially disappear.Read More
If you haven’t already done so, it’s time to begin thinking about year-end tax planning, which is always important, but is all the more significant this year, in light of the potential tax changes ahead.
Proposed tax reforms, released last week, are generally planned for implementation in 2018. This makes year-end tax planning a bit more predictable. However, it’s wise to evaluate your 2017 tax planning with 2018 proposed changes in mind, as advance planning could allow you to capture opportunities that might disappear or change.Read More