A stock protection fund may be helpful to some investors.
Personal Financial Planning
Members of the public also recognize a CPA’s role as a trusted adviser for all their financial needs.
Tax-loss harvesting offers the potential for significantly increased after-tax returns.
Many clients making modifications to make homes more accessible may qualify for valuable home improvement medical expense deductions.
This item focuses on the pitfalls and potential opportunities to consider in the illiquid marital estate arena.
When a qualified retirement plan account holds employer stock, a retirement plan participant could save thousands of dollars with proper planning.
Careful and thoughtful advanced planning can result in substantial tax savings.
Deciding whether it makes sense to trigger the resulting tax liability depends on several factors.
When parents divorce without a meeting of the minds or a well-crafted agreement, issues can result as to who is entitled to the tax benefits from supporting their children.
Here is a way to turn a lemon into lemonade (with a little help from the stock market).
This column offers some of the most common techniques to help save for college.
This column addresses issues facing IRA trustees.
Without a tax professional’s input, much of the benefit of tax-aware best practices is unlikely to be achieved.
Financial planners and tax advisers are sure to receive an increasing number of questions related to elder housing decisions and the financial implications of various choices.
A transfer of ownership of a closely held business in divorce does not trigger gain or loss if it is directly between the spouses.
Familiarity with life insurance will elevate a practitioner’s service from being compliance-oriented to being consultative.
During the divorce proceedings, it is critical for each taxpayer to work with a tax adviser to understand the estate, gift, and income tax consequences of the marriage dissolution.
Foreign high-net-worth individuals immigrating to the United States should seek advice to minimize exposure to the U.S. income, gift, and estate tax system.
The opportunity to get more assets into Roth vehicles via various means has evolved over the last several years.
Baby Boomers born from 1954 to 1964, and all subsequent generations, will be unable to use some planning strategies that have benefited older generations.