If you are considering converting to a Roth IRA before the end of the year call us today and let us help you by preparing a detailed report to assist in your decision making. Remember conversions done before the end … Continue reading
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As reported by the Wall Street Journal in this morning’s paper below is a brief synopsis of the proposed tax cuts in the tax bill currently being decided on by Congress: All taxpayers (1) Two-year extension of current tax rates … Continue reading
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Individuals who are self-employed may deduct their health insurance premiums in the calculation of self employment income on 2010 tax returns. Self-employment income is taxed at 15.3% so this will be a major benefit to self-employed individuals. -EAE
Taxpayers can transfer substantial amounts free of gift taxes to their children or other donees (gift receivers) through the proper use of the following exclusion. (You’re probably aware that the estate tax has been repealed for 2010, but is scheduled … Continue reading
We just finished the 2010 tax season and are starting a newsletter to help our clients and future clients stay on top of the major issues facing them. We will be sending out a newsletter periodically to all who sign … Continue reading
The tax bill for small businesses looks like it will be passed very soon. Some of the items which will affect you are as follows: 1. You may expense up to $500,000 of assets placed in service in 2010 and … Continue reading
How do you plan estate tax futures with the uncertainty reflected in our Washington politics? As of now, even though we at Estes Armstrong Earley think some form of the old estate tax rules of 2009 will go forward, we … Continue reading
Take a look at your dividend paying stocks before the end of 2010. Dividend tax rates might be on the rise next year if the Bush tax cuts expire.
Mortgage interest rates are very low at the moment which is a prime time to consider refinancing. Call around today and check with banks in your area. You might be surprised at how much money you can save! EAE
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