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2014 year end tax planning

New challenges for 2014 year end tax planning

Before the fast-approaching new year, it’s important to take some time and reflect on year end tax planning. The weeks pass quickly and the arrival of January 1, 2015 will close the doors to some tax planning strategies and opportunities. Fortunately, there is still time for a careful review of your year-end tax planning strategy.

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Advisory_Consulting

New 2013 Individual Income Tax Rates

With the 2013 individual income tax return filing season rapidly approaching, we feel it is a good time to remind you of the impact of prior year legislation, which is now effective in 2013, will have on your 2013 federal income tax liability (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 and the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012).

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2013 year-end tax planning

Taking first steps for 2013 year-end tax planning

Even though the calendar still says summer, it’s not too early to be thinking about 2013 year-end tax planning. In fact, year-end tax planning has become around-the-year tax planning because of tax legislation (or the lack of tax legislation), new IRS rules and regulations and personal and business considerations.

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Affordable Care Act

New IRS guidance on health care employer mandate looks to 2014 start date

Under the new health care law, starting in 2014, “large” employers with more than 50 full-time employees will be subject to stiff monetary penalties if they do not provide affordable and minimum essential health coverage. With less than eleven months before this “play or pay” provision is fully effective, the IRS continues to release critical details on what constitutes an “applicable large employer,” “full-time employee,” “affordable coverage,” and “minimum health coverage.”

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