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I am not sure if I have told you yet, but it is my intention to share more in my newsletters.
The more I discover, the more I can offer to you and the bigger the difference I can make for you! How much I have to give and how much of a difference I can make, the more I realize how fortunate I am.
I may not know all that you need to know, but I feel I currently have much to offer.
This newsletter is dedicated to making that difference and sharing information with you on such subjects as tax-law.
I am also featuring people I have worked with, people who care deeply and create true value.
This issue, Tax Law and Professionals You Can Trust, is intended to be a resource for you.
I would love to be sure these hints are helpful to you personally.
If you would like to learn more about anything, please let me know so that I can be an ongoing resource for you.
Time to talk taxes.
There are new things to learn when filing for 2016.
Here's a tip -- 2017 will be the last year you will be allowed to deduct your medical expenses when they amount to 7.5% of your income for the year. In 2018 you will only qualify once you have spent 10% of your earnings on medical services.
Another tip -- Multiple changes in the tax law will have to be taken into consideration when you file for 2016. This website will help you update the process: http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/personalfinance/2015/12/07/10-biggest-income-tax-changes-plan-2016/76925536/
A new series debuts in this newsletter: Professional Referrals to fellow professionals.
Featured in this issue is an attorney, Paul Leavin, with whom I have worked for over twenty years:
Hi, I’m Paul Leavin. I’m an experienced and highly trusted matrimonial attorney. As a solo practitioner, I handle each case personally from start to finish. Which means you won’t be relegated to some junior associate that happens at large firms.
My style is aggressive in the courtroom but skillfully diplomatic when dealing with a difficult judge. Keeping my focus on the results you want, not using your case to feed my ego or my wallet.
I am passionate about the law and knowing how to skillfully see clients through painful processes such as - Matters of custody, child-support, or the valuation of a business. My experience gives my clients the edge when dealing with a wide variety of complex situations.
The mantra I follow is - “forewarned is forearmed.” Complex legal matters don’t have to be a disaster when you are forearmed with my legal expertise.
If you would like to learn more about any of these subjects or professionals, please let me know so that I can be an ongoing resource for you.
It has been a pleasure to share this newsletter with you.
I will always be available when you need my assistance.
So, if you have some nagging job you’ve been procrastinating over, as we all do, call/write now.