It’s been a year unlike any other and year-end planning is no different. The election has significant implications given the wide gap in tax policy between the two parties. In this PFP Section podcast episode, Bob Keebler, CPA/PFS, breaks down the key areas to focus on, including:
What to look out for with a potential change in administrations
The highest impact planning like capital gains, estate and charitable planning, and Roth conversions
Considerations such as bracket management, timing of deductions, gain and loss harvesting, NUA, and donor advised funds
Access resources related to this podcast:
Detailed slides that include a year-end planning checklist and changes that could come with a Biden administration
Register for a year-end planning webcast fresh off the election on November 10th (free with CPE for PFP/PFS members)
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