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Month: November 2022

Charitable giving as part of a larger estate plan

For many in New York, charitable giving plays a significant role in wealth disposition after death. A firm grasp of all of the different ways in which philanthropic bequests can offer tax benefits while also helping others can help people feel comfortable with their...

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Proving charitable donations

Various legal ways exist to reduce tax burdens. One common way New York residents could reduce money owed to the Internal Revenue Service involves making legal charitable donations. The statutes that establish charitable giving as an acceptable tax avoidance may...

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What you should know about a charitable lead trust

A charitable lead trust (CLT) is a type of trust that is commonly used for charitable giving and tax planning purposes. A New York donor creates a CLT by transferring property to a trustee for the benefit of a charity. How a CLT works A charitable lead trust sets up a...

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Maximize deductions to reduce your tax bill

If you're like most people in New York, you're always looking for ways to bring down your tax bill, and you can maximize your tax deductions to cut down on how much you end up paying every year. Planning your taxes and the things that you do throughout the year can...

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Smart tax planning tips and strategies

There's an old saying that two things in life are unavoidable: death and taxes. While neither are events most New Yorkers look forward to, a little planning goes a long way when it comes to taxes. Unfortunately, tax laws seem to change quite often. Rarely do these...

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