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Plain vanilla year-end tax planning strategies suggest that all taxpayers should generally defer income and accelerate expenses in order to reduce current-year taxable income and tax liabilities. But the AMT (Alternative Minimum Tax) is becoming an increasingly big problem, turning most tax planning logic upside-down.
Alternative Minimum TaxAMT is catching more and more individuals. Those who happen to have significant deductions – those living in a state with a relatively high personal income tax rate and high real estate taxes – are vulnerable. The AMT makes year-end planning difficult and potentially dangerous if done in a vacuum.
Reducing regular tax liability through deductions, deferral and overall rate reductions has increased the AMT liability exposure. All planning must consider multiple years to be truly effective. While a credit for prior-year AMT may be available against regular income tax in a subsequent year, there is no guarantee that the AMT will ever be recovered.
There's not much of the year left and many people are scrambling to save whatever they can on their taxes. Yes, it's quite possible to save a ton of money before the year is out and start the new year fresh ready to focus on wealth building, now more than ever is important to attend to your year end tax planning.
Freddie Gray’s death sparked demonstrations and riots in Baltimore, that left communities angry and devastated by the destruction of businesses and community properties. Before Gray’s arrest in April, his life was marred with run-ins with the law and attention deficit problems that hindered his development.
Many of these problems started when Gray was a child and living in a Baltimore house that had old, flaking and chipped lead paint. As children, he and his two sisters tested positive for high levels of lead in their blood which led to multiple educational, behavioral and medical problems, according to a lawsuit they filed in 2008 against the owner of a Sandtown-Winchester home they rented for four years. The suit was settled for an undisclosed sum.
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