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Bolster Your Retirement Accumulation through Tax Planning
Here is the premise I hang my hat on at The Wheeler Group LLC. And that is, tax planning can give a nice boost to your finances. We have all heard it before: Death & Taxes. With both there are strategies to live longer and legally pay less taxes. To be clear, tax planning is a complex and comprehensive process. And to muddy the waters even more, tax laws change frequently. Remember most recently in 2020?
There are some common financial trends that apply to most of my clients. These come to mind: the desire to invest for retirement, the need to protect those they love and figuring out ways to legally pay less taxes now and in retirement. When it comes to your specific tax planning strategy, it is unique to you and your circumstances alone. No two plan are alike, period. Everyone has different financial problems, needs, desires and concerns (PNDC’s). My goal is to help you maximize your financial plan to set yourself up for financial success both now and into the future.
It is straightforward enough, the more money you save in taxes, the more you can reinvest in your family’s future goals. So, how can you do this? At The Wheeler Group LLC, we typically share a few suggestions with our clients. But one strategy reappears in the plans we create for clients. And that is, QCD’s. Make the most of QCDs for charitable giving purposes.
My 21+ years of experience and more importantly, my passion to help kamaaina families put me in a unique position to help Hawaii residents set up their taxes in the most tax-efficient manner. Prior to meeting me, many of my clients thought about their taxes only around April 15th when the tax man cometh. Preparing your taxes is different than planning for your taxes. We do not provide tax preparation services, rather we work with our clients throughout the year on intentional tax strategies. If this is something you want more information on, please reach out to me. We will share more applicable tax planning ideas. In the meantime, call (808-216-414seven), or email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) a request to receive your FREE RESOURCE, which summarizes everything you need to know about your taxes in 2022.
Let us discuss your unique situation and see if there is a good fit between what we do for our clients, and exactly what you are in search of from a trusted advisor. Let us start by gathering details and discussing ways to revamp your tax planning strategy. Sound good? If so, let’s set up a no-cost, no obligation appointment today. I cannot wait to help you keep more of your money working hard for you.
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2014 Tax Data You Should Know
Many limitations and thresholds which are related to taxation change from year to year; some do not. From Estate, Gift, and Generation-Skipping Transfer (GST) Taxes, to Qualified Retirement Plan Limits, and Income Tax Rates, as well as Tax Exemptions, Standard Deductions and more. Below is a listing of the 2014 numbers for some key tax matters. Hope it can help you to be better prepared.
2014 Tax Data You Should Know
As always: The foregoing information regarding estate, charitable and/or business planning techniques is not intended to be tax, legal or investment advice and is provided for general educational purposes only. We do not provide tax or legal advice. You should consult with your tax and legal advisor regarding your individual situation.