tax planning

Tax Planning for 2013 – Dealing with The Uncertainty and Making Smart Money Moves

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Being the finance wonk that I am, I rather enjoy reading some of the tax advice that the big accounting firms put out for their clients. While their target audience (based on their $250 to $500 hourly fee) is clearly higher net worth individuals, you can glean some pretty useful advice from their reports. Take […]

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