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On a frequent basis, Tom Curran discusses investment and tax planning topics which he finds to be relevant to Curran Wealth Management's outlook and strategy.

We also hold regular teleconferences and presentations ("Curran Events") that can be attended via web or telephone.
Curran Events are always recorded and replays can be found on this page.

Please feel free to contact us with your views and comments, or topics you would like discussed at an upcoming Curran Event.

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Big Changes Coming to your IRA

The federal government spending bill has been signed. The bill includes The Secure Act which has many changes for your retirement savings rules. We have provided some of the highlights of the bill and how to get assistance.

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Helpful Tax Tips for 2019

There are a number of tax saving ideas that can be of benefit, some require action before year end. Here are a variety of options that may affect your tax outcome.

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Take Advantage of the Education Tax Credits

For those with children in college, or those enrolled in college themselves, it’s important to understand the education tax credits. With so many options available when planning for education costs and available credits it is important to review all planning strategies with a professional advisor.

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What You Need to Know about Student Loan Interest

You can claim a deduction for student loan interest whether you claim the standard deduction or you itemize your deductions since it is an adjustment to income. If you are planning to finance a college education for yourself or a family member it's important to know the rules so that you get the maximum benefit allowed.

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What to Do If You Receive a Dreaded IRS Letter

If you receive an IRS notice, your first step should be to not panic. You may have overlooked a capital gain or income statement. It is also possible that the IRS has caught someone else using your SSN to file or otherwise steal your identity.

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Eldercare Can Be A Medical Deduction

People are living longer now than ever before. Many individuals are serving as care providers for loved ones who cannot live independently. They often have questions regarding the tax ramifications associated with the cost of such care.

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Why Tax Basis Is So Important

Tax basis is a complicated topic relating to many types of assets. Basis is not always equal to the original purchase cost. It is determined in a different way for purchases, gifts, and inheritances and you can’t always depend on others have the information required.

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Disappointed in Your Tax Refund?

If your tax refund is less than you anticipated, you are not alone. In a report issued by the Treasury Department on February 14th, the average refund it is paying in 2019 has dropped to $1,949 from $2,135 in the prior year.

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2018 Retirement Contribution Opportunities

Did you know that you can make retirement savings contributions after the close of the tax year and that these contributions may be deductible? With the April tax deadline in the near future, the window of opportunity is closing to maximize contributions to retirement and special-purpose plans for 2018.

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IRS Giving a Break to Some Taxpayers Who Under-prepaid Their 2018 Taxes

The late 2017 passage of tax reform that became effective for 2018 and its radical changes added considerable confusion for taxpayers trying to determine how much they should prepay for 2018. As a result, there has been ongoing concern by the IRS that many taxpayers will end up owing tax this year when they file their 2018 returns...

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