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Tax Planning 101: Tax Planning Strategies

By Drew Overton | April 3, 2023

Hello again, and welcome to our fourth and final addition to our blog series called, Tax Planning 101. In our last three blogs, we provided a high-level overview of: How gross income is adjusted through the use of deductions (click here to read); How tax brackets apply to your taxable income (click here to read); […]

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Tax Planning 101: What Are Tax Credits?

By Drew Overton | March 28, 2023

Hello again, and welcome to another addition to our four-part series called, Tax Planning 101. If you read our last two blogs, you learned about the income tax equation, tax deductions, tax brackets, tax filing statuses, etc. If you haven’t read the previous two blogs just click here to read the first one and click […]

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Tax Planning 101: What Is My Tax Bracket?

By Drew Overton | March 23, 2023

We are back with another addition to our four-part series called, Tax Planning 101. If you remember our last blog, we walked through the how certain adjustments to your gross income are used to calculate your adjustment gross income, and then we took a stroll through both the standard deduction and itemized deductions. In today’s […]

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Tax Planning 101: What Are Tax Deductions?

By Drew Overton | March 13, 2023

Most people have at least a general understanding of how the U.S. income tax system works, being that the infamous Form 1040 (the U.S. Individual Income Tax Return) was created back in 1913. Whether you have filed your own taxes for the past 30 years, or all you know is that something happens on April […]

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10 Changes Brought About by the SECURE Act 2.0

By Drew Overton | January 18, 2023

We hope you all had a wonderful Christmas as well as a great New Year’s. We wanted to provide information regarding the new law that was passed on Thursday, December 30th, 2022, the SECURE Act 2.0. This $1.7 trillion omnibus spending package contains various pieces of retirement-related reform. While most of the changes are not […]

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Financial Planning Myths (Part I)

By Drew Overton | September 24, 2022

Information floods our minds every day. TV, radio, podcasts, and the internet is constantly at our fingertips. With access to unlimited information, companies compete for your attention. They use “click bait” to reel you into clicking on their blog post or website. Given that their number one priority is to grab your attention, information can […]

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