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    Quick Tips for end of year planning

    I have been asked to participate in an end of year tax planning/financial panel. I have been looking at all of the regular items usually included, but wondered if anyone had any new items I should add to the hit parade? Are there any items that are of concern that you would definitely include? I know much can change in the next few weeks with our new admin in place, but I wanted to ask the experts here for input, if you are willing.

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    It would be difficult for anyone here to offer suggestions of things to add to your list unless he knew what was already on your list.
    Roland Slugg
    "I do what I can."

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      #3
      Thank you so much. That completely makes sense. Perhaps I should ask instead some of the questions in my brain: what do you predict might change with the new administration? Do you believe the penalties (tax) for not having Health Care will be a reality for 2014, or will the republicans in office change/challenge that in time to avoid inclusion?
      Will the 179 deduction stay at the current amount? What does every tax preparer wish their clients did differently?

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        #4
        FWIW - CCH has a document

        http://www.cchgroup.com/media/WK/TAA...d-Planning.pdf

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          #5
          Thank you!

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