Proactive Tax Strategies
I am proud to be paying taxes in the United States. The only thing is – I could be just as proud for half the money.
– Arthur Godfrey
You’ve had Uncle Sam for dinner, split a nice pecan pie, and now – courtesy of all the sugar – you’ve got a nasty, swollen, throbbing tooth. And you think to yourself, “Hey, I’m not a dentist, but so what? I can save a buck or two if I grab the pliers and yank the tooth out myself.”
Right? Wrong! There’s no way you can control the infection on your own. So you book an appointment with a tooth doctor and face the music of the drill.
When it comes to finances, think of Uncle Sam as the inevitable monetary cavity. Sooner or later, he’s going to make an appearance, and he’s not going to go away.
You could call a bookkeeper or an accountant for advice to deal with that painful exam. Consider consulting with a tax attorney at Law Offices of Christy Lee, P.C., instead.
Why? You’ve worked hard to reach success, and you owe it to yourself to be certain that your assets are fully safeguarded now and in the future. Part of adopting a proactive financial strategy involves taking full advantage of the legal ways you can minimize tax liability. Careful financial planning is the secret to paying the lowest allowable amount in taxes. Whether you’re acting on behalf of your business or pursuing personal wealth preservation, arming yourself with accurate, up-to-date information concerning optimum methods to save on taxes will help you achieve your financial goals efficiently, with the sure knowledge that you’re remaining fully compliant with the Internal Revenue Code.
Tax-saving options include savvy tactics, such as investing wisely and splitting income among family members under specific conditions. But when you implement your plan, be careful: relying on the advice of accountants and bookkeepers can mean that you may not be entirely informed about the most current tax laws impacting such approaches to tax savings. The Internal Revenue Code changes with alarming regularity. And accounting firms, even CPAs, can be forced to disclose what they know about your affairs to the IRS.
So to watch out for your best interests, you need to consult informed legal professionals who keep abreast of the latest alterations to tax law and who offer you the protection of complete confidentiality. From goal-setting to accounting and bookkeeping, from estate planning to probate, from internal reviews of your books to IRS audits, our tax boutique provides sound, topical counsel involving all your financial needs, including demonstrated proactive strategies that help keep you on track to meet your monetary targets.
At Law Offices of Christy Lee, P.C., we assess your current financial situation, we discuss with you what you hope to achieve fiscally in both the short and the long term, and we analyze the best techniques available to keep you on that path, all while simultaneously focusing on the key element of reducing your tax liability and the risks of IRS audits as well. In this manner, we can alleviate the stress attending money management and help you conserve your assets for yourself and your family.
To help ensure that your financial goals are met while you remain in full compliance with the IRS, call us today at Law Offices of Christy Lee, P.C., for the latest in proactive tax strategies, including all your planning needs.