By Ryan Fair, CPA, CFP®
The end of summer has officially arrived. And while no one wants to say goodbye to long days and relaxing getaways, the time has arrived to get back to school, back to work and, at least in my case, back to some serious tax planning.
By Ryan Fair
December is always a flurry of activity. Preparing for the holidays (and fitting in all those holiday parties) can be a challenge for all of us. If you’re like most people, the last thing you want to be thinking about as New Year’s Eve approaches is planning your taxes. Of course, as a tax specialist, that is precisely what consumes most of my time in December. For better or worse, it’s the time of year not only for “decking the halls,” but also for taking wise steps to reduce your tax bill come April 15.