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Blog Day: December 17, 2020

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Don’t Forget to Make Year-end Gift & Estate Moves & Post Election Considerations
A year-end estate & gift tax self-check is prudent for everyone, even if you’re not currently exposed to the federal estate tax. People with taxable estates below the current unified
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Tax Planning for Medical Expense Deductions
You may be able to deduct some of your medical expenses, including prescription drugs and dental expenses, on your federal tax return. However, less people are itemizing, and thresholds are
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Why You Should Maximize your 401k Contributions
401(k) retirement contributions through your employer plan is a great way to reduce taxes and build up tax deferred or tax-free retirement assets. Are you contributing the maximum amount allowed