A quick overview of how the new Tax Act could influence your income, retirement savings, and lending decisions in the year ahead from Boston Private Managing Director and Wealth Strategist Alyssa Do, JD, LL.M.Read Post
Before you file away your income tax paperwork for 2017, why not take a quick look at what you might do differently this year to save time and money on your returns next year? Alyssa Do, JD, LL.M, Managing Director and Wealth Strategist at Boston Private, shares her top three tips.Read Post
One of largest tax cuts in U.S. history is now law. And the most complicated section in the new tax law is proving to be the new tax-rate reduction for the so-called “pass-though” entities, including partnerships, S corporations, LLCs, and sole proprietorships. Careful planning by business owners now is critical to maximizing tax benefits.Read Post
While the new law simplified some tax provisions for individuals such as replacing most itemized deductions with a larger standard deduction, it made the law murkier for one of the most valuable tax benefits for small businesses — the special tax rate for businesses organized as pass-through entities.Read Post
Washington policy expert, Doug Fisher moderates a roundtable discussion with Boston Private professionals on Tax Reform and how it will impact individuals, businesses and investments for 2018 and beyond.Read Post
On December 19, 2017, the House and Senate approved final passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1). The law provides $5.5 trillion in tax cuts with $4 trillion in offsetting tax increases. This leaves a net $1.5 trillion of unfunded tax cuts.Read Post
We're in the final stage of tax reform following the Senate's passage of its bill. Washington policy expert Doug Fisher explains the complicated and most critical next step in the process to final passage of tax reform. As the House and Senate bills shape up, Doug offers an important planning consideration related to your business.Read Post
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