W. Kirk Taylor, CFP®

We’re pleased to provide you with the Kirk Capital Advisors 2022 Tax Guide.

The tax filing deadline (April 18th) is less than two months away and taxpayers are busy gathering their tax documents e.g., W-2’s, 1099’s, K-1’s, bank statements and expense receipts and making the mad dash to their tax advisors office for their annual checkup.

Since taxes, and most importantly minimizing taxes, are on everyone’s minds currently, we thought this would be a good time to share with you our 2022 Tax Guide.

We find this handy reference tool invaluable in our daily investment and tax planning discussions with clients. In this guide you will find information on tax rates for ordinary income, capital gains and gifts, as well marginal tax rates and contribution limits for retirement plans.

As always, the information provided in the 2022 Tax Guide is general in nature and is not intended as tax or legal advice. The information provided is believed to be accurate, but no assurance is made to that effect. Tax laws are subject to change. Please consult with your tax advisor before acting on any of the information contained herein.

As you make the push to wrap up 2021 taxes, don’t forget to use this Tax Guide as a planning tool for minimizing your 2022 taxes.

Please view the Tax Guide by clicking the button below!

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