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4 THINGS TO POTENTIALLY DO IN 2017 TO MAXIMIZE YOUR DEDUCTIONS AND REDUCE YOUR TAXES

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2018 Business Owner's Guide

TAX GUIDE

Leverage the latest tax law changes to increase wealth.

MAXIMIZE YOUR DEDUCTIONS AND REDUCE TAXES

John is the author of 5 Ways Your Wealth is Under Attack. He has lectured extensively on financial planning and has received the Five StarSM Wealth Manager Award for 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

Here’s a glance at what you’ll learn from John in this reduce taxes episode:

  • John reveals what you may consider paying before the year’s end to take advantage.
  • How to potentially maximize the benefit of the $750K or million-dollar deduction amount.
  • Ways to leverage the new tax law for pass-through entities.
  • How to potentially maximize your deductions.
  • Ways to potentially gain increased savings, decreased withdrawals, and more enjoyment with your savings.
  • Learn about potentially powerful advantages as John takes you through 4 unique client type tax scenarios: a retired couple, All-W2, Big W2, and owner of a pass-through entity.

 

Download our free e-guide the 2018 Business Owner’s Guide To Maximizing Your Benefits from the 2017 Tax Cuts, or give us a call at 732-542-1565. You can also schedule a Wealth Curve Conversation.

The 2018 Business Owner’s Guide To Maximizing Your Benefits From The 2017 Tax Cuts

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2018 Small Business Guide To Maximizing Tax Cuts

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