Allen, TX – (NASDAQ Wire – January 24, 2018) Financial Gravity Companies, Inc., (OTCQB: FGCO), is pleased to announce that “The New Tax Law: How to Make it Work for You and Your Business” will be available in January 2018. The book, authored by Financial Gravity’s Chief Tax Strategist Ed Lyon, JD will help readers understand how they can navigate the new law for the greatest advantage, as well as why they probably don’t want to just stop there.
Ed Lyon states, “The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 offers many breaks, like higher standard deductions and lower rates, that work all by themselves to save taxpayers money. But there are also opportunities, like lower corporate tax rates and the new ‘qualified business income’ deduction, that require careful planning. Our new book focuses on those planning strategies, especially for business owners.”
“The new law is a great excuse for business owners to revisit their overall tax plan,” stated Financial Gravity Companies Chief Executive Officer John Pollock. “Every day, we find business owners who have missed out on lucrative planning strategies under the existing rules. Nobody needs a new tax law to take a look at planning opportunities. In fact, they may find they save even more with existing strategies than with anything new,” said Mr. Pollock.
The book will be available on Amazon.com as well as other sellers.
More information about the book can be found at www.thenewtaxlawbook.com
About Financial Gravity Companies, Inc.
Financial Gravity Companies, Inc., a Fractional Family Office ®, provides integrated tax, business, and financial solutions. Clients include small business owners and high net-worth individuals. Services are focused on helping its clients’ personal and professional goals, while building wealth, most often with potential tax savings, lowering costs, and improving efficiency. For details, visit www.financialgravity.com.
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