November 5, 2012
The taxes implemented by the affordable care act and the expiration of many current tax cuts bring a great deal of uncertainty to this tax season. Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman’s 2012 Year-End Tax Planning Letter provides advice on how to manage your tax situation in light of these uncertainties and how to take advantage of numerous opportunities that are available before they disappear.
This letter focuses on what will occur if congress does not take action to alter current tax law as it will go into effect on January 1. Download this letter to get a jump on planning for your 2012 taxes with the help of our firm’s expert advice.
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