The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law on March 27, 2020. It offers relief for individuals, businesses, and state and local governments facing financial pressures as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. With the reach and the complexity of the CARES Act, there are numerous different planning opportunities we’ve explored for the benefit of our clients since this Act was put into place in late March. To demonstrate how our team is proactively applying the ... [Continue Reading]
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There’s no question that the 2020 tax season has been unlike any other with deadlines shifting, new policies being introduced, and emergency funding all unfolding over just a matter of weeks. We will continue to provide updates as frequently as necessary to keep you informed of the ever- changing landscape. Below are some of the most important pieces we’re tracking: Tax Filing Dates The IRS has delayed the filing of 2019 federal tax returns and payments with an original due date of April 1 ... [Continue Reading]
With the passing of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, CCM's integrated team is diligently working to apply its benefits to our clients' financial plans. Below are some of the highlights we're finding most relevant to our clients, their families, and in some cases, their businesses. CCM advisors will be reviewing the key aspects of the Act in order to recommend the strategies that are best aligned to your goals. Recovery Rebates Individual taxpayers who had an ... [Continue Reading]
In late December, the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act was signed into law. As a result, now is an ideal time to revisit retirement and wealth distribution plans to ensure they are in alignment with the new rules, and explore the opportunities created by these changes to help you further establish your legacy. Because the SECURE Act also impacts trusts that are named beneficiaries, now is also an excellent time to reexamine your estate plan. Below is our ... [Continue Reading]
Estate tax laws continually change, making it important to review your estate plan periodically. Working alongside a Carlson Capital Management tax professional will help you understand how the new laws will impact your estate and its beneficiaries, as well as your financial position today. Federal Level: Higher Exemptions and PortabilityConsider the new, higher lifetime estate exemptions: Only individuals with taxable estates greater than $11,400,000 and estates of married couples greater ... [Continue Reading]