Planning for Life

What's In the New Tax Law?

Posted by Harry S. Margolis on December 26, 2017

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By Harry S. Margolis

While it will take some time to understand all of the effects of the new tax law, and most of it has to do with reducing the corporate tax rate from 35% to 21%, here's some of what we know that relates to individual taxpayers. But before we get into the details, be aware that almost everything listed below sunsets after 2025, with the tax structure reverting to its current form in 2026 unless Congress acts between now and then. The corporate tax rate cut does not sunset. Here are the principal changes:

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Topics: income taxes, estate taxes, tax law

Trump Tax Plan May Discourage Charitable Deductions

Posted by Anthony Bushu on February 8, 2017

By Harry S. Margolis

Several of President Donald Trump's tax plans have been described as threats to the ability of charities to raise money. While I oppose just about everything the new president stands for, there's one tax proposal I can get behind -- limiting total annual itemized deductions to $100,000 per taxpayer ($200,000 per couple).

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Topics: income taxes, estate taxes, tax law

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