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In order to avoid federal estimated income tax penalties for the 2013 tax year, an individual taxpayer must make estimated federal tax payments equal to their “required annual payment.” The required annual payment generally is the lesser of 100% of the federal tax shown on the taxpayer’s return for 2012 or 90% of the tax owed for 2013. Taxpayers who had 2012 federal adjusted gross income over $150,000 will have to pay the lesser of 110% of the federal tax shown on the 2012 return or 90% of their 2013 tax in order to avoid penalties. These estimated tax payments […]More
One of the biggest challenges of tax planning is that perhaps the only tax law certainty is that there will always be some uncertainty. Changes - whether they come from Congress, the IRS or the courts - can occur at any time. The inevitability of change is why it's critical to develop a flexible tax-reduction strategy, stay on top of tax law developments and be ready to react quickly when change occurs. Don't pay more tax than you have to! Click the image to view our online tax planning guide, or call us - we'll help you figure it out!