Bob Carlson of Retirement Watch on how to manage your taxes and planning strategies to pay less
Too many health savings account (HSA) owners don’t reap all the advantages of their accounts. Last month, I reviewed the triple tax benefits of HSAs and how the accounts can be powerful retirement savings vehicles. Use of the accounts is increasing rapidly, yet there are misunderstandings about the accounts. Even many people who benefit from […]
If you’ve ever wanted to know how to reduce or even eliminate your estate tax… It’s best to first understand how the IRS taxes your wealth. Here’s the computation, in a nutshell: Your Gross Estate… Minus Deductions allowed (administrative expenses, funeral expenses, losses, debts, charitable contributions, marital deduction) Equals Your Taxable Estate Adding Lifetime Taxable […]
Some significant changes in family income tax planning were included in the Setting Up Every Community for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act enacted late in 2019.The biggest change is the reversal of the Kiddie Tax rules. The Kiddie Tax was overhauled in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) enacted late in 2017. The Kiddie Tax […]
The most powerful savings and Retirement vehicle probably is the health savings account (HSA). Unfortunately, not enough people know about it or how to maximize its value. HSAs were created only in 2003. They got off to a slow start but have been growing rapidly the last few years. Most people learn only about how […]
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Inflation hits most of us with one or more tax increases every year, and that will continue for the rest of our lives. Years ago, Congress began inflation-indexing many parts of the tax code to eliminate some unfairness and stealth tax increases. Inflation erodes the purchasing power of the dollar. A person can receive a […]
Before explaining how you can deduct medical expenses incurred by others, let’s review a related new tax break that was snuck into one of the year-end spending bills Congress passed before its recess in December. You know medical expenses are deductible only when they exceed 10% of adjusted gross income (AGI). In the December legislation […]