While virtually every advisor has a baseline understanding of the IRS code and how it impacts the financial decisions their clients make, very few are bona fide tax experts. And, quite frankly, that's fine -- they don't need to be.

But as yet another tax season ramps up, it's never a bad idea to review what every advisor should be looking for on their clients' Form 1040s and what potential opportunities it may reveal.

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