Top 10 Tax Planning Ideas for Individuals

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Year-end tax planning for 2019 takes place against the backdrop of legislative changes that occurred in late 2017 that fundamentally altered the tax rules for individuals and businesses. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) was the largest tax law change in 30 years, and 2018 was the first year that TCJA changes were in effect. It seems as if some taxpayers are still just filing their 2018 tax returns that were on extension and digesting the impact that the TCJA had on their situation, and now it’s already time to plan for the 2019 year-end.

The issues to navigate for the remainder of 2019:

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