Wealth Planning After Tax Reform
December 21, 2017
The new tax legislation poses some new tax planning considerations for taxpayers—questions financial advisors are no doubt fielding in these last two weeks of 2017.
Advisors, download this analysis of changes that will arise under the GOP’s sweeping tax legislation.
You’ll read about:
- Accelerating deductions as the legislation introduces new limits on state and local income taxes, property taxes, miscellaneous deductions and mortgage interest.
- The alternative minimum tax (AMT), for which the new law has implications but the tax has not been repealed as originally proposed.
- Charitable deductions
- Timing of income
- Capital gain and loss harvesting
- Kiddie tax
- Education loans and 529 plans
- Roth IRA characterization
Advisors, for information about building clients’ portfolios, contact your Calamos Investment Consultant at 888-571-2567 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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For more information about federal and state taxes, please consult the Internal Revenue Service and the appropriate state-level departments of revenue, respectively.
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