Tax changes are coming.
Have you prepared for the changes that may begin at the end of the year? If you haven’t started thinking about it already, it’s about that time.
Here are a few of the proposed changes that are looking to go into effect starting next year.
Income Tax Changes
Your tax liability might be at risk to change, although it all depends on your current financial situation. Some of the main changes will affect your bottom line. For example, if your income exceeds $400,000, then you are likely to be impacted.
Along with higher tax rates, itemized deductions will also be prevalent in tax code changes. The proposed changes include a $10,000 limit on local and state taxes.
Carried Interest Tax Changes
The last time carried interest tax changes were drastically changed was in 2017. It looks like there will be more change coming. Some lawmakers introduced the “Carried Interest Fairness Act of 2021” which if passed, would “tax carried interest at ordinary income tax rates and treat it as wages subject to employment taxes.”
Capital Gains Tax Changes
The proposed changes would increase the applicable tax to a higher marginal income rate. This would conclude with the total being 43.4% on long-term capital gains.
Estate & Gift Tax Changes
President Biden has proposed that the current Estate & Tax Changes that are meant to extend until 2026 be looked at closely.
How to know if these tax changes will affect you?
If you are a business owner or individual whose income is above $400,000 then odds are you will be affected by these tax changes.
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