Double-Check Your Tax Withholding This Year

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We thought we’d share this great article (click below) highlighting the importance of reviewing your tax situation this year, specifically with respect to any withholdings from W2 income.

In the wake of last year’s tax reform it’s more important than ever to review your paystub to ensure tax withholdings are accurate for your individual circumstances. It’s worth taking the time to run a tax projection to ensure no surprises come April 2019!

By | 2018-09-12T20:36:50+00:00 September 12th, 2018|Categories: Single Point of View, Tax Planning|Tags: |0 Comments

About the Author:

Seth Corkin
As a Personal CFO, my goal in working with every client is simple – help them prioritize and achieve their various personal and financial goals. I partner directly with clients to help them quantify and evaluate the technical and emotional aspects of every financial decision given their individual circumstances. I strive to provide a concierge-level service when advising clients and coordinating all facets of their financial lives. Prior to joining Single Point, I was a Wealth Strategist at Bainco International Investors, working primarily with entrepreneurs, small business owners, and beneficiaries of generational wealth to integrate tax and estate planning strategies into their overall investment plan. Before Bainco, I was a counselor at The Colony Group where I provided holistic financial planning services to executives at both private and public companies, helping them navigate their unique compensation structures, equity incentive plans, and upcoming liquidity events. My passion for financial planning began in college while completing my undergraduate coursework at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where I developed an interest in the analytical and problem-solving components of planning. I consider myself a “lifelong learner” and am always eager to pursue educational opportunities that will help me better serve the clients with whom I work. As someone who is passionate about financial literacy and access to advice, I volunteer my time to help low-income Massachusetts residents through the Midas Collaborative as well as patients at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. I was recognized as the 2017 Volunteer of the Year by the MA Chapter of the Financial Planning Association (FPA). In addition to my pro bono work, I am an active member of the FPA and am on the NexGen and Finance Committees for our chapter. I live in Brookline with my fiancé, Olivia, and am an avid Wisconsin Badger and New England sports fan.

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