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Potential post-election tax changes

By: Dean Dorton | February 17, 2021

In this video, Maddie Schueler and Doug Dean discuss tax planning ideas that deserve current consideration now that last November’s federal election results finally have been resolved.

2021 Spring Edition | News & Views | Tax

Join Dean Dorton tax team members Maddie Schueler and Doug Dean as they discuss tax planning ideas that deserve current consideration now that last November’s federal election results finally have been resolved. Rather than a recapitulation of all of President Biden’s tax proposals issued during his campaign, their discussion focuses on planning strategies which, if implemented prior to the effective date of changes, may result in significant tax savings. In one case discussed, delayed rather than advance action may save taxes.

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