Posts tagged with "update your plan"



Estate Planning · January 31, 2020
Whether you’re in the midst of a divorce, have been divorced for years, or are married with a prenup, it’s critical that you meet with your Personal Family Lawyer® and qualified tax advisor to discuss how this provision of the TCJA stands to affect you. Depending on your situation, you may modify your existing legal agreements to bring them into better alignment with the new rules or, establish a planning tool that could offset or lessen the new law’s impact on your tax obligations. 
Business · January 28, 2020
Owning copyright contents is one factor that contributes success to your business and registering your work with the U.S. Copyright Office makes it easier for you to be successful in a lawsuit against an infringer.
Estate Planning · January 24, 2020
Planning for retirement is the best ways to make sure that you are financially stable in the future when you won’t be earning an income. This planning includes more than putting aside a certain amount every month, it is more about figuring out how much to save depending on many different factors in your life such as the economy or medical emergencies. Here are some of the most important factors to consider when planning for retirement.
Estate Planning · January 10, 2020
Many self-made millionaires in their 30s maintain that working smart and working hard can bring you from just making ends meet to a 7-figure income in as little as a decade. It can happen in many ways but it depends on how well you manage your life. Here are a few tips to help you stay focused on the things that matter toward your personal and financial success.
Business · January 07, 2020
Starting your business can be a complex process – especially when it comes to finances. Turning your idea into a reality takes proper financing and management. Here are key things you need to focus on when financing your business.
Estate Planning · January 03, 2020
There are many things that we cannot predict, but can prepare for, such as death. After your death, or even if you are disabled and unable to make decisions for yourself, you need to make sure someone can make important decisions on your behalf. This Agent should be someone you can trust and will carry out your wishes exactly they way you would like. Here are different types of agents everyone must have.
Business · December 31, 2019
There are many factors to consider when deciding whether to change the structure of your small business especially if it is growing and expanding. By this, for any type of change, it is important to make sure that you complete all the notifications and registrations required by the state law. If you need help in implementing the business structure that is the most advantageous for your individual circumstances, consult with us so we can guide you step by step with the process.
Estate Planning · December 27, 2019
It is important to act as soon as possible and implement these four-year end—and other—year-end tax-saving strategies to lock in your savings and save your family thousands of dollars on your 2019 tax bill. Grabbing these opportunities before they vanish for good helps you get closer to your financial goals. Here are some tax-saving strategies should you consider at the end of 2019.
Business · December 24, 2019
Although the home office deduction was eliminated for employees as part of the 2017 tax reform, owners of home-based businesses may still take advantage of this deduction as long as they meet the following requirements set out by the IRS. Read here to know more. We'll be happy to provide guidance about how to maximize your tax saving and meet your legal obligations if you're uncertain whether your home-based small business is eligible for the home office deduction or have other tax questions.
Estate Planning · December 20, 2019
Though estate planning is mainly viewed as a way to pass on your financial wealth and property, when done right, it also enables you to preserve and pass on your true legacy: your memories, values, and wisdom. And it can also be a source of overall healing in the family. With the right support, having these all-important final conversations doesn’t have to be intimidating or awkward at all.

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