2014 Tax Planning Guide

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Our 2014 Tax Planning Guide alerts you to key provisions of the current federal tax law that could affect your planning.

The earlier you begin your 2014 tax planning, the more opportunities you may have to reduce your taxes. This 2014 Tax Planning Guide alerts you to key provisions of the current federal tax law that could affect your planning. Beyond that, it offers a variety of helpful strategies for reducing individual and business income taxes.

Be sure to obtain professional advice relevant to your specific tax situation before acting on any of the planning ideas presented in the guide. They are general in nature and may or may not be appropriate for you. Developing and implementing a plan for your 2014 income taxes may be well worth the effort if it lowers the amount you have to pay the IRS.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]