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Many of the provisions contained in the current tax law are set to expire on Dec. 31, 2025, signaling an immediate need for individuals to reassess their existing estate plans to maintain long-term tax efficiency. Failure to engage in planning now can result in potentially higher taxes on income and long-term capital gains and undue […]

The IRS recently released the 2024 cost-of-living adjustments to various provisions of the tax code, which you will use to file your federal income tax return in 2025. Marginal Income Tax Rates The following rates apply to individuals’ income in 2024. 37 percent for individual, single taxpayers with incomes greater than $609,350 ($731,200 for married […]

Selling a company that you put your heart and soul into building can provide significant rewards, including financial security for the remainder of your lifetime and potentially your heirs. Nevertheless, achieving that aim and reaping the full potential of the proceeds from a business sale requires careful reviews of where your business currently fits within […]

People spend a significant amount of time building their wealth and carefully creating trusts and mapping out an estate plan to protect and preserve their assets for future generations. Yet, when it comes time to naming a trustee to carry out their wishes under the terms of a trust, many people stumble. Making the right […]

Physicians and other healthcare providers recognize the inherent risks of their profession, including legal and financial exposure to claims of medical malpractice. However, this professional liability is merely the tip of the iceberg when considering the legal minefield all professionals must navigate when operating a business, employing staff, owning property and even driving a vehicle. […]