Even in the wake of complex tax provisions, a key to lowering your tax bill is really quite simple: Report lower taxable income. Since few of us actually want to earn less, the next option is to stash as much income as you can into tax-advantaged accounts. If you haven’t contributed the maximum amount to a qualified retirement plan at work throughout 2019, consider adding money before it is too late.
Your financial advisor can help develop a retirement account contribution strategy that works for your situation.
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