Conventional Financial Advice May Not Always Be Best by Bruce Fosdick

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Just to give you a little snapshot of why it’s taking so long to get tax reform done (and I know — you’re surely waiting with bated breath), consider this: under certain circumstances with the proposed reform, some people would face a marginal tax rate of over 100%. The WSJ did the analysis over the weekend, and it is correct by my reckoning. … Read More

Bruce FosdickConventional Financial Advice May Not Always Be Best by Bruce Fosdick

Fosdick’s Four Good Reasons To Give Charitably, Aside From Tax Deductions

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As I write this, the Senate has passed their version of the tax reform bill, and now we wait for the final version of the bill. The process isn’t yet finished (it needs to go through the “reconciliation” process, and the President needs to sign it), but we have some basic ideas about what’s to come for 2018. I’ll do … Read More

Bruce FosdickFosdick’s Four Good Reasons To Give Charitably, Aside From Tax Deductions

Get Lower Taxes: 4 Last-Minute Tax Moves For Douglas County Taxpayers

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The first round of holiday festivities are behind us, and the nation turns its eyes to Washington DC to see if this December will be festive or glum. Well … perhaps that’s an exaggeration. Most of us don’t take our cues from DC! Either way, this season marking the end of 2017 will be particularly bright — but I will … Read More

Bruce FosdickGet Lower Taxes: 4 Last-Minute Tax Moves For Douglas County Taxpayers

2017’s Been Hard For Our Nation, Can We Still Give Thanks in Douglas County?

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Here we are, suddenly finding ourselves in the week that we have set aside as a nation for the giving of thanks. 2017 seems to have been a difficult year for many to find glimpses of the light, to find goodness in the midst of seeming chaos and lots of bad news. But, as I like to do, I’ll remind … Read More

Bruce Fosdick2017’s Been Hard For Our Nation, Can We Still Give Thanks in Douglas County?

5 Tips on How to Become Wealthy in Douglas County

How to become wealthy

As we continue to keep our eyes on what’s happening with the GOP tax reform bill in Washington, we are focusing on an entirely different kind of “tax reform” around here: Tax planning with our smartest Douglas County clients. Because something that is a commonality among our wisest clients is that they get AHEAD of the game with their taxes, and don’t … Read More

Bruce Fosdick5 Tips on How to Become Wealthy in Douglas County

Four Simple Steps To Increase Productivity In Douglas County

Increase Productivity

First of all, our hearts are with Sutherland Springs, TX. What a senseless, terrible tragedy for that community, and our nation. Words fail. +++ But as difficult as it is to “move on” from the remembrance of such things, our nation continues along with the arguments and concerns of the day. Specifically, the recently-released House GOP tax reform legislation is … Read More

Bruce FosdickFour Simple Steps To Increase Productivity In Douglas County

Fosdick’s 5 Retirement Money Mistakes You Can Avoid Ahead of Time

Retirement Money

We’re turning the corner into November this week, which means that 2017 is close to being over. And based on what I’ve heard from more than a few of my Douglas County clients, turning the corner into 2018 is going to be a welcome event. It’s been a rough year for the nation, and for some people who are close … Read More

Bruce FosdickFosdick’s 5 Retirement Money Mistakes You Can Avoid Ahead of Time

Will a Trump Tax Cut (or Raise) Affect You in Douglas County?

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There’s a lot of chatter around Washington and the media (at least the media which cares about such things) about a tax cut, and whether or not the Trump administration is actually going to do anything of substance in this area. And, of course, there’s talk about tax RAISES, alongside these cuts. Because, well, math. And politics. But the fact … Read More

Bruce FosdickWill a Trump Tax Cut (or Raise) Affect You in Douglas County?

9 Key Questions for Your 2017 Taxes by Bruce Fosdick

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Now that extended returns have been filed, we set our gaze towards year-end around here, and on making sure that YOU are doing everything possible to ensure that your 2017 tax burden is as low as legally and ethically possible. I did receive some feedback and questions about the Equifax information I shared, and I should clarify that while I’m … Read More

Bruce Fosdick9 Key Questions for Your 2017 Taxes by Bruce Fosdick

A Credit Freeze How-To, and Why Bruce Fosdick Recommends It Now

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I hope you’re well today. This is the final week before extended returns are due (Monday, October 16th is the due date this year), so we are working hard with those clients who placed an extension on their filing to make sure that everything is set up and filed properly. So, it’s a busy week for us in our Douglas County … Read More

Bruce FosdickA Credit Freeze How-To, and Why Bruce Fosdick Recommends It Now