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This article was originally published on WTOP on December 8, 2016. Nobody likes a surprises in their taxes, especially when it comes to their investments. Unfortunately, many investors don’t realize some investments distribute capital gains every year. Mutual funds are required to distribute substantially all net investment income to shareholders, and that can mean receiving unexpected…

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As Benjamin Franklin famously said, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” And if you own your own business or earn income from a partnership, those taxes can be a bit more complicated. The IRS makes you pay taxes as you earn, rather than waiting until April 15th…

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One of the best financial investments you can make this fall is to spend a little bit of time and a little bit of money to meet with your accountant and start planning your taxes. Don’t wait until March when your CPA is slammed with number-crunching and tax preparation. She’ll have plenty of free time after…

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Quarterly estimated tax payments or other large expenses can create cash flow challenges in situations where a client doesn’t have cash on hand because income distributions from their small business or employer are inconsistent.  These large cash outflows such as tax payments, home improvements, college tuition or other major expenses may not coincide with their cash flow and it’s necessary to…

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