New Tax Law Snapshot

Recent tax law changes will likely have an effect on your 2018 returns. Most of the individual provisions are temporary and set to expire in 2025. Although the changes may simplify tax returns for some, there are many complex issues to consider. Let us help you navigate these changes and minimize your tax liability to enhance your financial position.

Protecting yourself from tax identity 

Tax-related identity theft occurs when someone uses your stolen Social Security number to file a tax return. You may not even know you’re at risk until it’s too late.

Tax Tips: Welcoming a new child

Welcoming a new child into your life is a great joy, but it also means big financial changes. These young family members can affect your tax situation. To start off right, here are some tips to keep in mind.

Tax Tips: College & Education

A good education can be a steppingstone to a bright future, but it can also be a big financial burden. Whether it’s the first day of kindergarten at a private school or a second graduate degree, paying for an education has major tax consequences. To start things off right, here are some tax tips to keep in mind.

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Susan B. Smith, CPA

Tel:  803-440-2696




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Blythewood, SC 29016