The second mistake, which keeps people from taking advantage of true tax planning, is holding the wrong expectations.
Do you think tax planning means "raising red flags"? Taking advantage of "gray areas"? Being "aggressive" and hoping not to get audited? In fact, it means nothing of the sort.
True tax planning means proactively scouring your business and finances for tax-saving opportunities. Asking questions before you make financial decisions to avoid unpleasant surprises. And taking advantage of every legal deduction, credit, and loophole the law allows.
Our tax-planning strategies are all court-tested and IRS-approved. You'll find that with true tax planning on your side, you don't need to raise red flags, shade into gray areas, or be aggressive to keep more of what you earn.
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John loves to coach small business owners, entrepreneurs and the self-employed in the greater Milwaukee area.