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The image is in two parts, one half is an image of a series of interconnected bubbles around a central bubble that is labelled Taxation. Going clockwise from the first bubble they read. Federal Death Taxes, Generation Skipping Trans. Tax, State Death Taxes, Taxation of Trusts, Charitable Deductions, Income in Resp. of Decendent, Timing of Gifts, Appreciated Securities. Timing of Income, Timing of Deductions, Alternative Minimum Tax, Charitable Deductions, Vacation Homes, Kiddie Tax, Social Security, Estimated Tax Payments. Employment Taxes, Income and Losses, Deductible Expenses, Seling Business Assets, Benefit Planning, Reorginzation, State Tax Planning, Real Estate, Distribution Owners, Entity Choices. Gains and Losses, 1031 Exchanges, Passive Income and Losses, Qualified Dividends, Tax-Exempt Investments, Wash Sales, Tax Straddles, Tax-Deferred Investments, Mutual Fund Taxation. Divorce, Terminal Illness, Inherited Wealth, Death In the Family, Education Expenses, Retirement, Marriage. Below that is written: Tax planning considers the implications of the individual, investment, or business decisions, often with the goal of minimizing tax liability. Although decisions are rarely made solely on their tax impact, you should have a working knowledge of the income or estate tax issues and costs involved.
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A major goal of tax planning is minimizing federal income tax liability. This can often be achieved by reducing taxable income through income deferral or shifting. Deduction planning, investment tax planning, and year-end planning strategies can also help reduce your overall income tax burden. Investment tax planning involves evaluating how to best position assets in order to minimize the amount of taxes you have to pay on an ongoing basis. This requires year-round planning, and it begins with an in-depth understanding of the tax implications of various investments and investment strategies, including hte treatment of wash sales, tax-exempt investments, gains and losses, 1031 exchanges, qualified dividents, tax straddles, tax-deferred investing, passive income and losses, and mutual fund taxation. If you give away wealth, during life or at death, you may incur federal taxes, and possibly additional state taxes. These taxes include gift, estate, income, and inheritance taxes. You can help protect the assets you transfer from excessive depletion by understanding these taxes and the various strategies you can use to minimize them. Tax issues are never far from the mind of the business owner, and it's likely that many of the decisions you make will be tax-bases. These decisions start with the formation of your business and continue through the sale. Your choice of business entity, how you pay out profits to the onwers, and your accounting decisions will all have an effect on your tax liability. Some events in life -retirement, for example- come with tax considerations. Life event planning focuses on the impact of significant events on your life, as well as on the stages of your wealth management plan.