Do you ever feel like your finances just aren’t running on all cylinders? Setting definitive financial goals will help you stay on track, weather unexpected expenses, and gain peace of mind for your later years.
Today, I’d like to offer six goals that can help you get on track – and stay there – so you can own your financial future.
When I worked as a tax CPA for KPMG in the late 90s, I served many corporate executives and wealthy families as their senior tax specialist and prepared many individual income tax returns, trust returns, and gift tax returns. Now, I use that knowledge and expertise to help my affluent and high-income clients plan ahead to keep more money in their pockets by using smart tax savings strategies.
Looking at this Historical Tax Rate Chart 1913-2021, you can see that the current top income rate is relatively low. Like the importance of diversification in investing, I believe that tax diversification is just as relevant as you plan for your financial future.
I have five tax savings strategies I’d like to share with you today to help you keep more of your money.
When it comes to estate planning, there can be many moving parts that are difficult to keep track of. Often, even having all of the proper documentation in place can still lead to confusion and errors. This is why you should make certain that you incorporate a wealth transfer plan into your estate planning.
Echo Huang recently sat down with DPL's Tim Rembowski for their podcast series: Advisor Relations Podcast.