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    2. Preparing an exit strategy for retirement

      Preparing an exit strategy for retirement
      Whether its when you turn 65 or 70 or beyond, your career will eventually come to an end. More often than not, that comes as a shock. Lets say your standing among peers has slipped slightly and your phone doesnt ring as much, not many people ask you for your opinion anymore, the tech swirl has passed you by and darn those crazy millennials anyway. Retirement planning is too often ...
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    3. Important Tax Due Dates & Deadlines – 2020 IRS Tax Calendar

      Important Tax Due Dates & Deadlines – 2020 IRS Tax Calendar
      Email Do tax deadlines seem to sneak up on you? April 15 isnt the only important day on the tax calendar. There are a number of important tax deadlines throughout the year that may or may not impact you depending on factors such as whether you own a business , make estimated tax payments , or contribute to a retirement account . This tax deadline calendar should help you stay on top of ...
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    4. Will California’s ‘Temporary’ Tax on Wealth Ever Fade Away?

      Will California’s ‘Temporary’ Tax on Wealth Ever Fade Away?
      When Californians voted to temporarily raisetaxesto fund education on Nov. 6, 2012, they probably never expected the hikes would linger in one form or another until 2030, but thats exactly what happened. Prop. 30, officially tagged as Temporary Taxes to Fund Education, was billed as a ballot measure to increase taxes to prevent $6 billion in education budget cuts to public schools. It hiked the personal income taxes of Californian ...
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    5. Tom Purcell: Don’t take cyber scammers’ bait in 2020

      Tom Purcell: Don’t take cyber scammers’ bait in 2020
      One of 2019s biggest stories will be bigger in 2020: Cyber scams are on the rise. As people increasingly conduct business and live their lives online, more and more criminals are leveraging the internet to steal,reports Forbes Stu Sjouwerman. The dirty rotten scammers continue to evolve, too, targeting businesses, government organizations and individuals alike with increasingly sophisticated schemes.
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    6. 5 Financial New Year's Resolutions You Can Actually Stick To

      5 Financial New Year's Resolutions You Can Actually Stick To
      5 Financial New Year's Resolutions You Can Actually Stick To Kerri Anne Renzulli Reblog More than two thirds of Americans want to start 2020 on a better financial footing but picking a smart money-related New Years resolution can make all the difference. Topping the list for those vowing to make financial changes were: saving more (53% of people), paying down debt (51%) and spending less (35%), according to an ...
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    7. How to protect yourself from possible 'Taxmageddon' if tax rates go up in 2020

      How to protect yourself from possible 'Taxmageddon' if tax rates go up in 2020
      How to protect yourself from possible 'Taxmageddon' if tax rates go up in 2020 MarketWatch 23 hrs ago Bill Bischoff Taking steps to defer your federal income bill is usually a good idea, especially if you expect to be in the same or lower tax bracket in future years. If that assumption pans out, making moves that lower your current-year income will, at a minimum, put off the tax day ...
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    8. 3 Major Penalty Taxes That Could Diminish Your Retirement Savings

      3 Major Penalty Taxes That Could Diminish Your Retirement Savings
      Many of the best retirement saving strategies use employer-sponsored retirement plans like a 401(k), or individual plans like an IRA or Roth IRA. These retirement savings vehicles provide credit protections, preferential tax treatment to the investments, and in some cases, sizable tax deductions for contributions. For instance, when you save in a 401(k), you can do so pre-tax, and allow for up to $19,000 of salary deferral ...
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    9. Inheriting a parent's IRA or 401(k)? Here's how the Secure Act could create a disaster

      Inheriting a parent's IRA or 401(k)? Here's how the Secure Act could create a disaster
      Under the new retirement legislation, which was signed into lawjust daysbefore Christmas, beneficiaries of inherited IRAs will need to withdraw that money within 10 years that is, if they have access to it at all within that time. Previously, nonspousal beneficiaries could opt to take only required minimum distributions over their life expectancy, rather than taking all the money within five years. (Required minimum distributions are calculated with factors such ...
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    10. Beware of “lower your cable bill” scam calls

      Beware of “lower your cable bill” scam calls
      Jackie Wilkinson recently picked up an unknown call at her home. Her cable company was showing on her caller ID, so Wilkinson did what she normally doesnt do with unexpected calls: she answered. It appeared that Spectrum was calling, our provider for internet, phone and cable services, so I answered, Wilkinson said. Other customers report receiving similar calls that show up as Cox, Comcast, Xfinity, Charter, Optimum, and others.
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    11. Retirees Should Know These 3 Facts About Required Minimum Distributions - December 23, 2019

      Retirees Should Know These 3 Facts About Required Minimum Distributions - December 23, 2019
      If you do not make a required minimum distribution (RMD) from your own or an inherited IRA by the specified deadline, the IRS could hit you with a big penalty - 50%! For example, if you were required to withdraw a minimum of $4,000 and you did not, you would be obliged to pay $2,000. Like the majority of investors, you're most likely working on a retirement portfolio ...
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    12. Giving to Charity? Here Are 5 Must-Knows About Tax Deductions

      Giving to Charity? Here Are 5 Must-Knows About Tax Deductions
      Don't itemize? Sorry -- you won't get a tax break Charities tout the fact that donations are often tax deductible. But you need to realize that you can only actually deduct those donations if you itemize deductions as part of your tax return. Image source: Getty Images. Itemizing has becoming increasingly rare because of the tax law changes that took effect at the beginning of 2018. The size of ...
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    13. Everything you should be doing to prepare for tax season

      Everything you should be doing to prepare for tax season
      Everything you should be doing to prepare for tax season iStock April 15 may seem far away, but the end of the calendar year is actually the perfect time to start preparing for tax season. Taking a little time now will make filing your taxes a much smoother process. Heres what you should be doing now to get ready: 1. Know What Information You Will Need The first step in ...
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    14. California population growth slowest since 1900 as residents leave, immigration slows

      California population growth slowest since 1900 as residents leave, immigration slows
      The Golden State remains stuck in the slow lane when it comes to population. The number of Californians increased to 39.96 million, with new data from the Department of Finance showing mostly downward trends. They are rooted in fewer births, coupled with increased deaths among an aging population. The Golden State, however, has also seen changes in international migration, along with more and more residents leaving the state.
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    15. 5 Tax Tips for 2020 -- and Beyond

      5 Tax Tips for 2020 -- and Beyond
      Don't look now, but tax season is getting closer. It's not something most of us enjoy thinking about or dealing with -- indeed, 16% of respondents to an AARP survey said they'd rather spend a night at the airport than prepare their taxes, while 36% would just as soon visit the DMV. If you approach tax season prepared, though, and you're able to shrink your tax bill ...
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    16. 3 Tax Mistakes You're Probably Making Today

      3 Tax Mistakes You're Probably Making Today
      If you're falling victim to these blunders, you're throwing money away or opening the door to problems you really don't need. Dec 9, 2019 at 8:18AM Author Bio Maurie Backman is a personal finance writer who's passionate about educating others. Her goal is to make financial topics interesting (because they often aren't) and she believes that a healthy dose of sarcasm never hurt anyone.
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  1. About Robert Williams

     

    Robert Williams CPA.

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    Robert J. Williams, CPA is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, (AICPA), The California Society of Certified Public, Accountants and is registered with the State of California Department of Consumer Affairs Board of Accountants.

     

    Robert owns and Operates Williams Accountancy Corporation.  His accounting practice specializes in corporate development, taxation and audit representation.  With over 27 years as a professional accounting practitioner, Robert’s firm has carved out a niche market, specializing in the federal and state taxation for small businesses and high net worth individuals.

     

    Williams’ Accountancy provides expertise in the review and reporting of company financials, internal control structures, abstract governmental requirements, compliance testing and audits.  Robert Williams specializes in federal taxation as well as state taxation, for a multitude of states throughout the U.S.

     

    Williams’ holds an accounting degree from St. Frances University of Pennsylvania and is a licensed Certified Public Accountant, licensed to practice in the state of California.

     

     

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