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Fiscal -- negotiations began her.
Continue between the White House and congressional Republicans they drag on.
There are things you can do.
Yeah your tax.
Within the year balloon not gonna -- clear again that -- financial analyst here at night work together I nearly all.
This well that's what color.
We have evidence however that's a good morning the poster for the bathtub O'Connell up up and that is gonna get up -- any significant Bissell -- sure of where.
I'll take that it and -- there.
It in terms of the this year is different because normally you wouldn't want.
And you wanted to -- our income resident visiting it turns your advice.
This year's about accelerating and Ryan were in my taxes for a couple days now thank my town's been telling you went there and I've been sort of revising what is -- yes so this theory might wanna consider accelerating your income and accelerating your medical expenses to write because.
Next year the AG act -- special election rises to 10% from the current level some point 5% which is a really -- rational to begin with but for most of us.
That is gonna rise -- over certainly commitment management now happen so accelerate your income think about doing that your medical expenditures as well and also it of course going to broken your state planning right.
That that's everything you need to have done all along probably -- and consider selling your stocks that you don't get -- on that.
-- as well -- dividends are big part of what a lot of people are thinking about and the this checklist those should start where this checklist should start this year if I suppose it's something is different this year supposed to they also much is different in the so much is hanging -- -- way to really know -- to -- -- -- that some of the all weather strategy and continued now.
Make your charitable contributions to your gifts that type of thing.
Medical expenditures is not to mention and they AT any sort of the generator as well because if there's no patch on that front.
If there's no deal you can get -- in an industrial working its way down the income bracket chain it's now affecting people single filers to me just under 34000.
Joint filers who make.
45000 so you know they've got to get that on your radar -- away regardless of what actually happens with a looming cliff -- page of the Wall Street Journal is actually about.
Making giant big charitable contributions trying to maximize -- donations this year.
And me with uncertainty about next year where the tax rates for everybody scrambling toward the end of the year now to try to figure out you know which rates -- -- yes you can -- all all signs seem to suggest that the wealthy do you think that there writer and co -- how much we do not right how much we you know now -- they're preparing for the -- and obviously hoping for the -- but -- if you look at the average household.
You know their taxes everybody's taxes coming collapse of the average -- gonna get stuck with that you know initial 3500 dollar tax finally he got prepare -- -- Can rule out publicly and opening more in their credit cards.
That's have a thing you know there -- that there where you have a lot of holiday that so it'll be you know domino effect.
Prepare for the worst in just a cliche or one that really applies in this case in other words should we.
Make assumptions that we're gonna go over the cliff that the worst possible scenarios don't occur or -- try to.
You know play the odds on -- so is revealing a certain is that taxes aren't gonna increase right -- just yet to syntax are going up you have to -- -- -- -- -- don't have commerce are going up I would everyone's going to be affected not just the wealthy individuals -- -- let as a sale and hit it in an initial 3500 -- I'm uneasy have to prepare for that.
Meant as a -- people will probably end up.
Becoming more heavily reliant on a credit cards right and you know if we go over the cliff there and you know those credit cards situation is he gonna change as well credit going to be even tighter than it currently -- is then.
-- -- this your entire career how.
-- -- -- -- It Washington that we are less than a month the way.
From our entire tax code getting turned upside down essentially and they haven't -- a patch the Alternative Minimum Tax for the current.
-- -- Medicare 182012.
-- play it turns up planning and in terms of the burden on businesses is it not been named.
It's crazy I mean we've been -- typical scenarios before like that where they wait until the -- -- parent to do things on the tax front.
Never quite like estimates and now wedding season you don't know which -- lets you don't know what to do your best strategy is that like simulate the U.
Candidates prepare for the worst case scenario than the other nicknames for date in the lecture besides she's always -- hot stuff.
That I don't thank you arrogance.
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