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A Message from: Brian L. Johnson, CPA
As year-end nears, act now to save a few extra dollars from Uncle Sam's grasp. Consider these ideas:
Stock donations - Giving appreciated stock to charity lets you avoid capital gain tax and claim a charitable deduction. However, to deduct the donation on your 2015 return, the gift must be complete.
Max your 401(k) - direct extra dollars to your retirement plan. You can contribute up to $17,500 to employer-based plans, and up to $23,000 if 50+
Offsetting losses and gains - Harvesting losses or gains is a standard year-end strategy. Use any excess loss to offset up to $3,000 of ordinary income (e.g., dividends and interest).
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