Covisum President Joe Elsasser, CFP® recently contributed an article to WealthManagement.com explaining how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act represents a relatively significant tax cut for many retirees, but there are opportunities for advisors to help clients visualize the new tax landscape and make better decisions about which income streams to use at different points in retirement.
Covisum is hosting a free webinar on January 30 at 11 a.m. Central where advisors can learn how to capitalize on opportunities from the change in the tax law. Hear from Joe Elsasser, CFP®, RHU®, REBC® and President of Covisum and Dave Cechanowicz, JD, MSFS, AIF® AEP and Senior Financial Planner with REDW Stanley, in this must-attend webinar.
On Friday, Joe Elsasser, CFP®, president of Covisum spoke with PLANADVISOR's John Manganaro about the tax landscape looking into 2018, the updates we've made to Tax Clarity™ and what advisors should do to make the most of the changes from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.
The U.S. tax landscape is changing. Last week, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was passed into law. It is clear that there is a need for members of the general public to understand the changes and how those changes impact their personal situations. Financial advisors are faced with a choice – either take proactive steps to first become educated on the new laws, and then identify specific opportunities for their clients, or risk losing clients to other proactive advisors who choose the first path.
Advisors can now answer clients' biggest question in the New Year: "How will the new tax law affect me?"
Advisors and financial institutions rely on us to help them guide their clients to make the best financial decisions. Advisors who are struggling to quantify all the implications of the new 500-page Tax Cuts and Jobs Act can gain insight into unseen opportunity to add dollars to a retirement plan with the newly updated Tax Clarity tool. Advisors can now confidently perform tax
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act represents a relatively significant tax cut for most middle-income retirees, but the bill did nothing to change the interactions between different income sources in retirement, which means that retirees will need to pay close attention to which accounts they withdraw from at which points in time.