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Potential Effects of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act for Small Businesses

federal tax reg books pic.jpgThe controversial Tax Cuts and Jobs Act signed into law in December 2017 has some new benefits for small businesses that are pass-through entities. Many pass-through entities will now have a new benefit of a 20% deduction relative to profits. The law is touted as being complex, and it is, as it raises many new and interesting issues for advisors. For example, it will be interesting to see what, if any, impact this new deduction will have on the number of small businesses that opt for S-Corp status in order to avoid self-employment tax on "distributions" of profit rather than straight pass-through of profits such as occur in LLCs that are Sole proprietorships or partnerships.

Age-Related Retirement Milestones

Mile Marker.jpgFinancial advisors often target certain "magic numbers" as age and life-stage related benchmarks for retirement savings and planning. In this blog, our American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys colleague, Director of Education Stephen C. Harnett, breaks down 7 of them and provides resources for further investigation. Click here to see if you're on track.

Massachusetts Ranks High in "Most Expensive States for Long-term Care". See How the Numbers Stack Up.

Elder lady and nurse (2).jpgOne of the many great benefits of living in the Bay State is the proximity of world class medical institutions. But that comes with a hefty price tag. A 2017 Genworth Financial study shows Massachusetts coming in as the second most expensive state in the country for long term care... and that's not even including what it costs for private nursing home care, the price of which we reveal a little further down.

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