Tax planning is integral to maximizing and managing your wealth. And key to wealth management is having a financial plan that not only takes into consideration ways to reduce tax outlays in the long term, but how much you need to pay now and in the future. A good tax plan also takes into account laws that will impact your taxes.
When you work with an accountant to prepare your taxes, or if you file your tax return yourself, you look at the past year and how your finances were impacted. But what if you could know how to mitigate taxation for the future? In conjunction with your accountant, we can help you better understand how the decisions you make today can affect your future wealth.
Tax Analysis and Strategies—Considering taxes should always be a part of everything you do financially, and we will help take a look at short-term as well as long-term ways to mitigate taxation. We coordinate with tax professionals to maximize tax efficiencies over time.
Taxes in Retirement—When you are five to 10 years away from retirement, there may be ways to move some taxable money into already-taxed accounts like Roth IRAs which may benefit you over in the long-term.