Tax brackets are one of the most misunderstood concepts in taxes. You’ve probably heard people say (or said it yourself)

Physicians often have high incomes, which can make them ineligible to contribute to Roth IRAs directly. Luckily, there is another

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Realized capital gains are subject to favorable tax treatment, but what if you could avoid ever paying any taxes on

Are you in your 60s or perhaps approaching that age bracket? Have you ever considered the implications of Roth conversions

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When it comes to retirement planning (especially early retirement planning), it’s tempting to focus on retirement accounts. But it’s equally

Whether you’re operating as a full-time, self-employed sole proprietor or you’ve started a side hustle that brings in some extra

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Tax planning is an integral part of minimizing your tax bill at the end of the year. Tax loss harvesting

Calculating your expected tax bill can be a frustrating experience – it can feel like feeding numbers into a black

While Tax Day for US readers in 2023 may have just been a couple of days ago, it’s always useful

To lower your tax bill, it’s crucial to have more than a vague understanding of how our tax code works,

Today’s discussion of tax strategies for high-income professionals demands an important disclaimer: Do not let the tax tail wag the

If you want to keep taxes low in retirement, a handful of strategies can be used while working or when

Paying attention to your taxes now AND your taxes later will give you the tax diversification and freedom you’ll want

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It’s often said that there are only two absolutely certain things in life: death and taxes. But many folks don’t

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