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Read About Current Tax Developments with Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman’s 2012 Mid-Year Tax Planning Letter

Jun 19, 2012

Keeping current with tax developments is always a good idea and this year is particularly important due to several tax events on the horizon. As a result, Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman is providing this 2012 Mid-Year Tax Planning Letter to help you navigate through a series of potentially new tax circumstances.

The possible expiration of the “Bush-era” tax cuts next year, the arrival of new taxes on earned income and investment income to pay for the 2010 healthcare legislation, and the ramifications of the Supreme Court’s upcoming ruling on the constitutionality of that legislation all can have a significant impact on your tax situation. There are, of course, other routine life events such as marriage, divorce, the birth or death of a family member, retirement, relocation and a job change.

While many events remain uncertain, having the knowledge you need to understand and prepare for your particular situation is crucial.

Learn more about our tax planning and preparation services.

The rules and regulations in the Government Contracting industry are complex and Judy Lasley does an excellent job of educating me on how to wisely calculate, set and defend rates, as well as the long-term consequences of choosing the wrong rates.

John Cates |  President and Chief Executive Officer
Global Intelligence, Inc.