2015 Year-End Tax Planning Guide

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Our 2015 Year-End Tax Planning Guide provides tips for lowering your 2015 personal and business income taxes.

As you read through the guide, you’ll also find explanations of key aspects of the current federal tax law and how those rules may apply to your situation. Most of the strategies discussed in Year-End Tax Planning for 2015 will be effective only if they are implemented before the end of the year.  So we urge you to begin planning soon.

Of course, your personal and business financial situations are unique. The strategies discussed in Year-End Tax Planning for 2015 may or may not be appropriate for you. Be sure to secure professional tax advice before attempting to implement any of the ideas presented.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]