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Estate Planning Goals with FAST

Estate Planning Goals with FAST

Posted by Isabella Newman on December 02, 2022

Want to secure the educational goals of your heirs, encourage philanthropy, and manage wealth?  A Family Advancement Sustainability Trust (FAST) may be an option you consider as part of your estate plan.

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Understanding Spousal Inheritance Rights

Understanding Spousal Inheritance Rights

Posted by Cheryl A. Jankowski on November 28, 2022

Whether your first or second marriage understanding spousal property rights will help you properly plan and provide for multiple heirs and families.

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Tax Treatment of Computer Software Costs

Tax Treatment of Computer Software Costs

Posted by Hayden Coll on November 16, 2022

Whether you buy, ease or use proprietary software all our subject to tax, and can be complex based on your circumstances.

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Types of Saving Bond and How They are Taxed

Types of Saving Bond and How They are Taxed

Posted by Michael Anders on November 16, 2022

Depending on the type of saving bond you own, the taxability varies.  Organizing your bond and acting if they have reached maturity is a best practice.

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Maximum use of the Annual Gift Tax Exclusion

Maximum use of the Annual Gift Tax Exclusion

Posted by Robert Ingrasci on November 14, 2022

A simple and tax efficient method of passing on assets is the annual gift tax exclusion.  This article tells you why.

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Tax Credits for Child Adoption

Tax Credits for Child Adoption

Posted by Isabella Newman on November 10, 2022

Adoptive parents can take advantage of a federal tax credit and gross income exclusion in 2022, the rates increase in 2023.

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IRS Announces Inflation Adjusted Deductions and Tax Rates

IRS Announces Inflation Adjusted Deductions and Tax Rates

Posted by Angela Miles on November 03, 2022

From retirement contributions to adjusted tax rates and standard deductions, the IRS has announced 2023 tax information.  Given inflation, these rates and deductions are higher than in previous years.

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Nanny Tax Applies to Household Workers

Nanny Tax Applies to Household Workers

Posted by Bradley Bach on October 27, 2022

The well-known “nanny tax” not only applies to a family nanny, but to most household employees.  You need to understand the requirements for federal income taxes, FICA, and unemployment tax.

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New York State COVID-19 Capital Costs Tax Credit Program

New York State COVID-19 Capital Costs Tax Credit Program

Posted by Cory Van Deusen V on October 27, 2022

The time for small businesses to apply for the COVID-19 Capital Costs Tax Credit Program (the Program) in New York is here.

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Holiday Gifting with the Annual Gift Tax Exclusion

Holiday Gifting with the Annual Gift Tax Exclusion

Posted by Amanda Wojtkowski on October 26, 2022

As the holidays inch closer, take the time to plan for gifts to family members by understanding the gift tax exclusion, gift splitting, present interest, and the unified credit.

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