We don’t have many DIY (do it yourself) clients when it comes to tax planning, but many clients do like to get a rough idea of where they stand. The rotating carousel below has the 2013 rate tables for those who are Married Filing Jointly (MFS), Married Filing Separately (MFS), Head of Household (HOH), and Single filers. Our carousel of tax tools is easy to use. Just use the arrows to center a slide then click on the chart (the X in the upper corner will close the expanded view), find your taxable income, and be reminded of how important it is to vote this coming November.
Seriously, planning has never been as important as in a year when (according to the Wall Street Journal article below) some will find their tax rate to have increased by up to 13%!
Remember that we’re just a click away if you need help.
He is also a founding Board Member and Finance Director of the Fayette Pregnancy Resource Center and serves on the Board of the National Equal Rights Institute.
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It's never too early to start saving 2019 taxes- January 16, 2019
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Are you a dealer or investor? Here's how to tell the difference!- January 10, 2019
- Is it too late to accrue a bonus for last year?:
Not if done correctly- January 9, 2019