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Taxpayer Frustration Boils Over with the IRS

Doug Loftus, CFP®
Doug Loftus, CFP®
April 22, 2015  No Comments

In a world of tax complexity, IRS letters and fraudulent returns, resolving issues with the IRS has become nearly impossible. This article from CBS highlights just how bad it has become. 8M calls unanswered as IRS cut taxpayer service. The IRS’ overloaded phone system hung up on more than 8 million taxpayers this filing season Full Article

President’s Budget a Potential Direct Hit for P&G Retirees

Doug Loftus, CFP®
Doug Loftus, CFP®
March 2, 2015  No Comments

If properly planned, P&G employees can utilize a little known area of the IRS code, Net Unrealized Appreciation (NUA) in employer securities, which allows retirees to take company shares directly as part of a one-time total lump sum distribution and only pay current tax on the trustee’s cost of the P&G shares. For most P&G Full Article