Taxes are paramount for financial advisors.
“Considering taxes is vital in investment planning and financial planning,” says Bob Phillips, managing principal of Spectrum Management Group, a wealth management firm in Indianapolis. “The resources an individual or family have to work with are only what is left over, after-tax.”
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