There's a Way to Serve Your Business and Save on Taxes If You Think Big

It's the year-end tax-savings rush, which means there's a lot of advice floating around about how businesses can best take advantage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act signed into law last December. It famously cut the corporate tax rate to a mere 21%, along with some other goodies that got business owners excited.

But as a CPA and tax attorney, this is a frustrating time for me. Why? Because new law or not, so much end-of-year tax planning advice seems conservative and reactionary. Business owners panic as the year closes

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