As a mother of twin girls with active imaginations, I’ve observed quite a few games being concocted over the years. The most recent involved them creating a bridge for their toys to cross a puddle safely. The girls had many tools at their disposal: sticks, rocks, chalk, leaves etc. As expected, bridge building did not go smoothly at first.
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There is no denying that our U.S. tax system has become mind-numbingly complex, but it is equally true that tax expenses can represent a significant portion of many clients’ overall expenses in their retirement plan. While it is impractical to incorporate all the tax details in your clients’ retirement plans, it is absolutely critical to be able to reasonably account for tax expenses in the retirement plans you prepare.