As we look forward to spring and with tax season upon us I have included some relevant articles below. The information should help to clarify the new tax changes and how theses changes could affect you. As always, if you have any questions, I am here to help so please reach out!
Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017:
What Taxpayers Need to Know
Presented by: Beata Dragovics MSFP®, CFP®, CEP®
On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (the act or TCJA). The legislation makes significant changes to the Internal Revenue Code (IRC), including individual, corporate, and gift and estate taxation.
Under the TCJA, the changes that affect individual income tax are in effect only for tax years 2018−2025. Read the full blog to learn more about the modified changes and how this may effect your taxes.
Tax Reform Changes the Way Parents Can Pay for School
U.S. News, Kristin McFarland

The  Tax Cuts and Jobs Act  signed into law on Dec. 22 made a number of sweeping changes to the tax code. Included in the bill was a provision which allowed families to make tax-free withdrawals of up to $10,000 per year from a 529 plan to pay for children attending private schools. Read More
Ways Companies can be Philanthropic without Giving a Dime

Audible, which has grown to become the largest producer and seller of audiobooks, saw its move from suburban Wayne, New Jersey, in 2007 as an opportunity to “ impact a community in need at its core ” and bring “economic vitality” to a dwindling city. In addition to bringing in new players to spur the local economy, they are inviting the people and businesses that have long called Newark home into this reimagining. Read more
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