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Do You Have to Pay Capital Gains on Selling Your Home?

By Contributing Staff \ August 7, 2022
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When selling your home, you may be eligible for a substantial capital gains tax exclusion ranging up to $500,000 in excluded gains. Financial analyst Matt Mellusi, MSFP, of Cary Stamp & Co. in Tequesta, FL introduces the basics of the $250,000/$500,000 Home Sale Tax Exclusion. TRANSCRIPT: I’m Matt with Cary Stamp and Company and today…

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Phenomenal Tax Credits up to $5,000 per year for Launching a New 401(k) Plan

By Cary Stamp \ February 26, 2020
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Leading financial advisor Cary Stamp, based in Jupiter, FL, offers an overview of the exceptional tax credits up to $5,000 per year for businesses that launch new 401k plans (made available through a Secure Act provision).       TRANSCRIPT: Hi, I’m Cary Samp with Cary Stamp & Co., and this is a Principled Wealth…

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Four Ways the Recently Passed Secure Act Will Impact Individual Investors

By Cary Stamp \ December 27, 2019
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What’s in the Secure Act? Financial advisor Cary Stamp addresses the four primary ways the recently passed Secure Act will affect individuals and families, most notably on Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) and 529 Education Plans.       TRANSCRIPT: What’s in the Secure Act? I’m Cary Stamp. This is a principled wealth moment. Welcome to…

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Save on Taxes with Bunched Charitable Contributions to Donor Advised Funds

By Cary Stamp \ December 26, 2019
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Leading financial advisor Cary Stamp, CFP®  discusses the tax efficiency benefits of Donor Advised Fund bunching deductions.   TRANSCRIPT: Today I’d like to talk about how we can make the world a better place, and get some tax deductions all at the same time. And it’s by using a strategy that we call “Bunching Deductions.”…

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Make Tax Time less taxing (Next Year)

By Cary Stamp \ March 6, 2019

As we prepare for tax season, it is a good idea to start thinking about how we can structure our finances, investments and charitable planning to give us a better outcome a year from now. The following are a few ideas we are discussing with our clients;   Bunch your charitable giving. With a standard…

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