Put Politics Aside and Consider Trump’s Tax Plan a Gift

No matter your political party, there could be some opportunities ahead for you to reduce your tax bill. Be ready to take advantage of them.

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The tax plan President Donald Trump unveiled back in April was short on details but long on potential for retirees and pre-retirees.

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Pete Lang, Investment Adviser Representative
President, Lang Capital

Pete Lang is an Investment Adviser Representative and president of Lang Capital, with offices in Hilton Head and Charlotte, N.C. Now retired from the public practice of law and accounting after 20 years, Pete specializes in assisting his clients with investment, retirement and tax-planning strategies.. His background makes him uniquely qualified to handle the most complex retirement, tax and estate plans.