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Tax planning for the top of 2021 (podcast) – Taxes

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Tax planning for the end of 2021 (podcast)

January 12, 2022

Vandenack Weber

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Michael Weber
Mike’s practice is focused on providing expert advice to businesses and individuals. His areas of expertise include corporate and commercial law, real estate transactions, federal and state taxes and tax planning, estate, age and financial planning, and trust administration and inheritance.

In the past few months we have heard of legislative proposals that could affect year-end tax planning, but to date we have no definitive answers. So what are people supposed to do? Tune in to this episode as our host Mary Vandenack, Founder and Managing Partner at Vandenack Weaver, and her partner at Vandenack Weaver, Mike Weaver, discuss tax strategies to keep in mind. Should You Accelerate Income by 2021? What about retirement planning strategies, charitable donations, and cryptocurrencies? The Build Back Better plans could impact state and local tax (SALT) and net investment income tax (NIIT) restrictions. How would these changes affect the S Corps? Listen and learn how to minimize the impact on your taxes in 2021.

Originally published December 14, 2021

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