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October 16, 2017 Whitepaper 30 min read
Need help with year-end tax planning given the uncertainty of tax reform? Our 2017 year-end tax guide’s got you covered.

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With the potential for some dramatic changes in tax law, the benefit of deferring income to 2018 and accelerating deductions into 2017 could be significant. This means you'll need to do three things: follow current tax law for your 2017 planning, keep an eye on proposed changes and their impact, and be prepared to act quickly if the changes warrant. Our 2017 year-end tax planning guide provides an overview of some key tax provisions and offers strategies for how to manage taxes, as the tax environment now stands.

What's inside

Download your copy of the 2017 year-end tax planning guide to learn more about strategies that can help you plan intelligently — not only for year end but also for potential tax reform changes. Inside, Plante Moran experts share their insights and ideas on:

  • How to take a proactive approach to managing your taxes
  • How to plan for the alternative minimum tax (AMT)
  • Tax consequences of executive compensation
  • Increasing the tax efficiency of your investments
  • Tax planning for business owners
  • Harnessing the flexibility of charitable giving
  • Tax-advantaged strategies for funding your family's future education costs
  • Retirement and estate planning, including the estate tax, gift tax, and GST

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