I would just like to remind everyone to immediately bring in their tax documents (w2s, interest income, etc.) to their CPA or accountant so they can get their tax return filed. If you fail to file a tax return, you will face severe financial penalties.
This is the busiest time of their year for CPAs and they have many returns to file. Your return may have to be put on extension if you wait any longer. Being put on extension is just more work and hassle for everyone so I would recommend you avoid that if possible.
If you have any questions about what forms to bring in, please contact whoever prepares your taxes. They are happy to talk to you.
|Rate||Assets Under Management|
|1.00%||Between $125,000 and $750,000|
|.85%||Between $750,000 and $1,250,000|
|.80%||Between $1,250,000 and $1,750,000|
|.75%||Between $1,750,000 and $2,500,000|
|.70%||Between $2,500,000 and $3,250,000|
|.65%||Between $3,250,000 and $4,250,000|
A single rate is applied to the entire account. So a person with a $750,000.01 account pays less than a person with a $750,000 account. I will waive personal tax return fees for accounts over $1 million. For accounts that are above $5,250,000, we’ll need to discuss a custom rate.
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