Tax Advantage

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Tax Advantage

Any act or structure that reduces the amount of tax one pays. For example, one may derive a tax advantage by investing in a tax-exempt bond as opposed to a corporate bond (on which one pays taxes). Numerous tax advantages are built into tax codes in order to encourage certain behavior. For example, in the United States, one derives a tax advantage from writing off the interest on one's mortgage. This structure exists to encourage homeownership.
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Flores is a national administrator of tax-advantaged reimbursement plans including Flexible Spending Accounts, Health Savings Accounts, Health Reimbursement Accounts and Commuter Benefit Accounts.
Survey data suggests men and women ages 34-64 with income of $150,000-$249,000 may be most receptive to the prospect of adding a tax-advantaged product to their portfolio.
The survey also found that 68% of nonretirees indicate that a 401(k), individual retirement account (IRA), Keogh or other tax-advantaged retirement savings account will be a major source of their retirement income-the highest percentage of the five alternatives offered.
Capital Square is a national investment sponsor that specializes in tax-advantaged real estate offerings, including Delaware statutory trusts and qualified opportunity funds.
An exodus of rank-and-file employees from the qualified retirement plan to the HSA can limit the amount of tax-advantaged retirement funds that highly compensated employees can set aside.
Grekin (CCH, 2003), analyzes how to exchange one asset for another in a tax-advantaged way, while holding a continuing investment of the same kind.
In a worse-case scenario, Americans might lose many tax-advantaged savings incentives--IRAs, 401(k)s--and face higher tax rates.
His provision would have barred many workers from tax-advantaged retirement savings outside of qualified retirement plans--savings which are important to many workers who are otherwise prohibited or restricted participating in qualified plans.
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The ABLE Act authorized states to establish tax-advantaged savings programs for individuals with disabilities.
TWO SENATORS AND A DEMOCRAT in the House have introduced separate bills that further life insurers' goal of having a product that offers investors an annuity that provides a tax-advantaged monthly payout for life after retirement.