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2018 Personal Tax — Time Sensitive Tips

2018 Personal Tax — Time Sensitive Tips

Now that the year is winding down, you may want to assess your finances and consider ways to improve your tax position.


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​Remember, several major tax changes were introduced in 2018 and they could affect you if you own a private company. Although some of these changes have already impacted certain taxpayers, others won't begin to apply until 2019. As a result, you should consider available opportunities and planning choices before the end of this year to ensure you are dealing with these changes in a tax effective manner.

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