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The temperature isn’t the only thing falling this time of year.
Your 2023 tax bill can also be falling with a little bit of proactive planning, but time is running out!
To help you make the most of potential tax saving moves before the end of the year, this month's newsletter features several year-end tax cutting ideas.
Also have fun with the entire family by testing your holiday knowledge with our annual trivia quiz! Also learn about tax surprises to watch out for, and some key ingredients to be mindful of if you’re a part of a business partnership.
Please feel free to forward this newsletter to someone who may be interested in a topic and call with any questions you may have.
Here are moves you can make to reduce your taxable income. But the year is quickly coming to a close, so plan accordingly.
While the year is quickly coming to an end, there is still time to reduce your 2023 tax liability, but only if you act now.
Back by popular demand is this season’s holiday movie and TV trivia quiz! So while you’re waiting for your holiday dinner or just resting after a wonderful feast, break out this quiz to share with family and friends. Enjoy!
A. Harry (Joe Pesci) and Marv (Daniel Stern)
May you and yours enjoy the holiday season with peace and joy.
11 to 12 points: Deck the Halls! You are awesome.
8 to 10 points: You are dashing through the snow…no walking for you!
4 to 7 points: Ho! Ho! Ho! You are having fun besides watching holiday movies.
0 to 3 points: Holidays? What Holidays? Pass me a cookie, would you please?
No one likes surprises from the IRS, but they do occasionally happen. Here are some examples of tax situations you could find yourself in and what to do about them.
Please call to schedule a tax planning session so you can be prepared to navigate around any potential tax surprises you may encounter on your 2023 tax return.
Like a bundle of sticks, good business partners support each other and are less likely to crack under strain together than on their own. In fact, companies with multiple owners have a stronger chance of surviving their first five years than sole proprietorships, according to U.S. Small Business Administration data.
Yet sole proprietorships are more common than partnerships, making up more than 70 percent of all businesses. That's because while good partnerships are strong, they can be a challenge to successfully get off the ground. Here are some of the ingredients that good business partnerships require: