End of the year tax planning

As we come up to what is the official end of the 2011 tax season – that is – the filing of the extended tax returns, it’s a reminder that you need to start thinking about how to reduce your taxes for the 2012 year.  Since this is an election year it brings more questions of what might change before the end of the year.

Living in America we tend to take Elections for granted.  They are noisy, long and drawn out, but they don’t cause the great upheaval that occurs in other countries.  I urge you to vote for your candidate this year. Making your voice heard in this simple step at the ballot box is important to our businesses and our pocketbooks.