January 29, 2019
It is true that in past years, tax code changes have been less sweeping. But you can rest assured that Morgan & Associates has been carefully studying the changes and is well prepared to help you with all of your needs this tax season.
Here’s a short overview of the biggest changes for the 2018 filings.
Look for our next blog posts diving deeper into the QBI deduction. We’ll talk about who qualifies and how you can use the 20% deduction for trusts.
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