There are plenty of uncertainties when it comes to managing your investments, but you can achieve better financial health if you take action now. Building a solid portfolio with your financial advisor is a great start. To position yourself for growth and ensure you can maintain your desired lifestyle into retirement, you should also consider a financial to-do list. While every person’s to-do list will differ slightly, we’ve outlined seven key steps and highlighted essential tax data and dates to help you get started.
Managing the tax implications of your investments are key elements of the Stableford Capital investment process. Whether you are a Family Office, Family Limited Partnership, Family Trust or Individual account, the managing of capital gains and losses is the same.
As the year closes and you are looking at your taxes, consider these tax implications for 2022.
Check back here in the coming months for the latest tax and estate changes that can affect your investments.
What you should know about the Green Book tax proposal – the first retroactive capital gains increase in U.S. history that may have far-reaching consequences.
This is the first installment of Mark’s Corner – estate and tax news you can use. Check back here in the coming months for the latest tax and estate changes that can affect your investments.
When thinking about the tax strategies that provide you with advantages that maximize your financial standing, a long-time professional like Mark Rehn should come to mind. His many years serving CEOs and global organizations as a consultant and Tax Director, along with the focus to earn a CPA, Juris Doctorate, and Masters degree in Tax Law offers assurance that he will have the dedication and focus to help you accomplish your goals.
REIT investing permits investors to profit from real estate investments without owning a single property. With similar or better returns compared to stocks, REITs are a popular option for diversifying your portfolio. Discuss your options with a Stableford advisor today.
Entrepreneurs and small business owners can use these five tax tips for the self-employed to help you save the most on taxes. Making strategic purchases, automating bookkeeping, and taking advantage of deductions can all provide better personal tax returns. A tax professional like those at Stableford Capital can simplify the process and find additional ways to save.
Many workers transitioned to working from home during the 2020 pandemic. Doing so may have affected their individual tax return. Workers should verify they are filing correctly based on their current state, investigate reimbursements for home offices and learn more about filing taxes if their status has changed from W-2 employee to 1099 self-employed.
For Q4 of 2020, businesses may defer the payroll tax from their qualifying employees’ paychecks, giving employees a 6.2% wage increase. However, repayment is due beginning in January 2021. With payroll overhauls required and the possibility of being responsible for un-repaid taxes, many business owners question whether this payroll tax deferral is worth it.
Many people cringe at the thought of tax preparation. But this year, the 2020 tax changes may turn a lot of frowns upside down because there are many tax benefits for individuals and business owners alike. But there are also many reductions that can derail the added benefits. Find out how the Tax Planning and Tax Code Reforms eGuide shares all the changes so you can be prepared to maximize your benefits.