Simplifying Your Tax Reform OptionsFebruary 1, 2019
- Although your tax calculation will be different based on your personal situation, the basics remain the same—take your income, subtract your deductions, then calculate your taxes.
- Discover which deduction method—standardized or itemized—works best for your needs.
- Since the tax reform changes expire in 2025—and tax rates go back up—take the opportunity to explore how lower rates may favor Roth over Traditional IRAs.
- Gain a better understanding of how tax reform could affect your overall tax planning strategy and take advantage of it.
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- Learn more about the differences between Roth and Traditional IRAs.