As you begin working on your taxes for 2018, next year’s returns may be far from your mind. But what you do this year could impact your bottom line on next year’s tax form. Here’s a quick look at some changes taking effect this year.
Income Taxes for 2019
Other Tax Law Changes
Talk to your tax professional in addition to your financial advisor, or a Social Security or Medicare representative if you have specific questions about Social Security or Medicare. That way you can be sure you’re taking advantage of any benefits these changes might bring you.
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