The Financial Detox team at Labrum Wealth Management does A LOT of tax planning. And no wonder, as it's such an important part of wealth management, especially as your situation changes over the years and you enter the first phase of your retirement.
We’ve been getting a lot of tax inquiries since the passage of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act, which substantially changed America’s tax code for the first time in decades. It has left a lot of people wondering how to best utilize their options as they plan for retirement, begin receiving payments, or even re-enter the workforce in a part-time capacity. That’s why today’s focus is all about tax planning. We’re answering questions and sharing simple strategies that you can use to make smarter investment decisions.
- Why your net effective tax rate may drop off right around retirement, but will likely pick up over time—and how to take advantage of lower tax brackets, immediately after you retire.
- What makes the Roth IRA such a great tool to pass money on to heirs.
- The reasons your withdrawal strategy profoundly impacts how much tax you pay—and how much money you actually have to live on.
- How much you should contribute to a Roth 401k vs. a traditional 401k—and the advantages and drawbacks of each.
- Why there are more layers to the new tax brackets than it may initially seem—and how all facets of your income impact what you owe.
As a free gift to podcast listeners, we’re offering a free one-time Tax Map. We’ll analyze your tax return and determine how we can help you best minimize the taxes you pay!
To claim your free Tax Map right now, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with last year’s tax return. I look forward to working with you!
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