In preparation for a potential cap on itemized deductions and restoration of the pease limitation for those with taxable income above $400,000, Bob Keebler covers what to be considering for 2021 planning with clients, including:
Client scenarios that will make timing ramifications significant
The cap on retirement benefits and the resulting negative arbitrage
Weighing state penalties versus the potential for the SALT deduction to come back
Taking QCDs to get the full benefit of a charitable contribution
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