Month: May 2017

Trump Administration Proposes Sweeping Tax Cuts

After months of promises, a brutally combative campaign and election, and the first 100 days in office, President Donald Trump and his administration have released their tax plan, which promises to include “the biggest tax cut” in the history of

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Traveling Abroad? Try These Top Global Breakfasts

Anyone hungry for breakfast yet? As a high net worth individual you most likely spend a lot of time traveling, for both business and pleasure. One thing that many people love about traveling to foreign countries is all the new

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Don’t Let These Common Misunderstood Tax Facts Hurt You

So how much do you know about taxes? Or more importantly, how much do you think you know? There are a lot of tax facts out there, and just as many tax misconceptions. Unless you’re a tax professional, chances are

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It’s Time to Start Preparing for Your 2017 Taxes

The tax season is officially over for most people, and by now many taxpayers have already put their refund to good use. However, while almost everyone would rather not think about taxes for the next 10 months, or so, the

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These Situations Could Lead to a Higher Tax Bill This Year

Unless you’ve filed for an extension then the tax deadline is officially upon us. That means you need to get your taxes in pronto, if you still haven’t. While most people hate doing their taxes, they do enjoy the typical

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President’s Tax Plan Changes Back at Square One

Taxes, taxes, taxes! It was arguably the number one issue during the recent presidential election and President Trump made it very clear that he planned to make some major changes to our country’s tax code. With the republican-led House and

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How Three Important Life Decisions Will Affect Your Retirement

How close are you to retirement? Is it just around the corner or is it still years away? Regardless of how you answer that question, planning for retirement is something that everyone should do. And waiting till you’re 55-years-old isn’t

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