NC Planning Blog

Tax Reform: What is in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017?

Just in time for Christmas, we’ve received the year’s hottest item—a brand new tax bill! No matter your take on it, the President is expected to sign it into law before the end of the week, and your 2018 taxes (the ones we’ll file in 2019) are certain to look different than in recent years. […]

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Updates To Federal Tax Legislation: What You Need To Know

Last Thursday the United States House Ways and Means Committee announced its latest version of the proposed tax reform bill. It presents vast legislative updates including the ability to file taxes on a post card (yes, and only 15 lines for most of us). While this is still technically in a “draft” format (no vote […]

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Powers of Attorney: Unpacking Recent Legislative Changes

Undoubtedly, the path to putting an estate plan together is rife with tough questions and difficult decisions. Most are shrouded in thoughts of death and what will happen when you’re gone, but equally important are those choices concerning your affairs during life.  Naturally, decisions involving your health and finances are yours to make as long […]

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Considering Buying a Business? Consider These Things First

Questions To Ask When Buying A Business It’s tough to compete in today’s business world. It was always tough, but now so much more is required to set up and run a successful business. Starting from scratch isn’t always the easiest avenue, so people today are looking at more options for company growth and expansion […]

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Effective Estate Planning for Business Owners

Business owners: What specific estate planning tools should you consider? While estate planning generally is incredibly important for most individuals, business owners have an added level of importance when considering what will happen to the business after they are no longer around – either by death or disability. The most important result will be the […]

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