Year-end tax planning provides not only the opportunity to review activities of the past year, it also generates an invaluable opportunity to leverage tax planning techniques as they relate to new developments. Individuals and businesses need to question the status quo, explore new strategies, and evaluate potential plans—most of which is done best before the current tax year closes. They need to use time-tested acceleration and deferral techniques, but match them against changed circumstances both in their personal and business situations and in the recent developments that have taken place within the tax law itself.
A new “Tax Briefing: 2015 Year-End Tax Planning” is now available, designed to bring you up to speed, in summary style, on 2015 year-end tax strategy essentials. For a review of this latest Tax Briefing, link here.
For practitioners looking for more in-depth information on 2015 year-end tax planning, a just-published e-Book, “CCH® TAX PERSPECTIVES: 2015 Year-End Planning” is also available. For details, link here.