Three Tax Planning Steps Business Owners Need to Take Before 2018 Ends

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1) Calculate their Section 199A deduction and make moves to maximize it. 2) Revisit their retirement plan before the 12/31 deadline. 3) Double check their numbers under the new law to avoid a surprise bill.


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