The CARES Act implemented several measures to help Americans during coronavirus, including the ability to skip taking taxable Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) for tax year 2020. However, the Act went into effect on March 27, 2020, after many people had already taken their 2020 RMDs earlier in the year. The IRS has since issued guidance allowing individuals to reverse their RMDs if completed by August 31, 2020.Read More
SageVest Wealth Management works proactively throughout the year to advise clients how taxes may impact your wealth strategies and broader financial considerations. As the year draws to a close, we focus our attention on year-end tax planning, with a reminder that some tax strategies have recently changed as a result of tax reforms.
Please contact us before December 10 to discuss any of the opportunities below. This allows adequate time for planning and implementation of appropriate tax-planning strategies.Read More
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
SageVest Wealth Management has worked proactively throughout 2018 to advise clients how tax reforms may impact your wealth strategies and broader financial considerations. As the year concludes, we focus our attention on year-end tax planning in light of tax reforms.
Please contact us before December 10 to discuss any of the below opportunities. This allows adequate time for planning and implementation of these and any other appropriate tax-planning strategies.Read More
Thoughtful and open discussions about money are a vital, yet often overlooked, aspect of your financial planning. Talking about money with loved ones can fulfill a variety of purposes, depending on who you’re talking to, and what you’re discussing; from establishing a strong financial education in youngsters, to defining your intentions beyond your lifetime for future generations.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