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The saying goes that all politics are local—well, we can make a similar analogy that all individual tax is personal. People want to know that they’re paying the lowest amount of tax that is possible because paying those tax dollars impacts their personal cash flow. We call that “after-tax dollars”—the money you must spend after paying all your taxes. The tax code has gotten exponentially more complex for individuals with law changes, new credits, rate changes, and the list goes on. Let CRI’s team of informed and qualified tax professionals help you make the most of your personal wealth by maximizing your after-tax dollars.
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