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Wondering if a private foundation is the right avenue for you? Learn more about the different types and how to establish one. Presented by Kris Maksimovich, AIF®, CRPC®, CPFA®, CRC®: A private foundation is a tax-exempt entity established by an individual, family, or corporation for charitable purposes. Private foundations are overseen by a board ofRead more
Want to pay less taxes? If given a way to legally reduce tax liability, most Americans would welcome that opportunity with open arms. But methods for doing so aren’t always obvious—and may be tricky in certain circumstances. Presented by Kris Maksimovich, AIF®, CRPC®, CPFA®, CRC®: Reducing Your Tax Liability Two such situations include working inRead more
Presented By Tom Kennedy, CFP®: Retirement planning is complicated. Many individuals put off saving, thinking that retirement is years away—until it isn’t. Then, in their 40s and 50s, they start to panic and wonder how they’ll catch up. One strategy, made possible beginning in 2010 by a provision to the Tax Increase Prevention and ReconciliationRead more
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