Tackle Tax Season Tips Video KTLA News
By David Rae Certified Financial Planner™, Accredited Investment Fiduciary™
David Rae appeared in March on KTLA News Los Angeles with Lu Parker and Glen Walker. Topic of this appearance “Tips to Tackle Tax Season”. A few of the tax season tips topics include:
-Contributions to Retirement Accounts- Look to fully fund your ROTH IRA, Traditional IRA and even your 401(K) plan provided by your employer.
-Non-Cash Donations to Charity. Volunteered, or donated clothes to Out of the Closet? Did you do a charity sporting event like the Aids/Lifecycle? You may be missing non-cash charitable expenses that my be deductible.
-Taxes in Retirement- once you’ve retired or reached 65 your available tax breaks may change. Reach out to your trust fiduciary financial planner for more information.
Live for Today, but Plan for Tomorrow. It’s Not what you make but what you keep, so take the time a look for way to minimize your tax bill.
DAVID RAE, CFP®, AIF® is a Los Angeles-based financial planner with Trilogy Financial Services, a regular contributor to Advocate Magazine, Huffington Post, Investopedia not to mention numerous TV appearances. He helps smart people across the USA get on track for their financial goals. For more financial planning information visit his website at www.davidraefp.com
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