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Preparing for the 2026 Sunsetting of Tax Reforms

February 21, 2023

KAR Financial Planner, Thomas Pontius weighs in on preparing for the 2026 changes now.

Financial Planner Thomas Pontius, CFP® shared his latest insights in Financial Advisor Magazine on how to begin tax planning for the eventual sunset of changes brought about by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).

“Another tax bill prior to the reversion could potentially extend some provisions or eliminate others altogether. What a new tax bill will propose will be dependent on the political landscape at that time,” Pontius said.

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