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As one of the largest independent public accounting firms in Florida, Gerson Preston is no stranger to being recognized by the media for its expertise and trusted reputation. But our commitment to continually expanding our knowledge and staying abreast of changes within our industry, and the industries that impact our diverse slate of clients, means that our firm’s opinion and insight can provide a valuable resource for understanding and anticipating economic, regulatory and related issues that can and may impact your business operation. Staying current is a must in today’s fast-moving business environment if you want to remain successful. Gerson Preston is here to help you keep pace.

Most people are happy to receive an inheritance. But there may be situations when you might not want one. You can use a qualified disclaimer to refuse a bequest from a loved one. Doing so will cause the asset to bypass your estate and go to the next beneficiary in line. Let’s take a closer look at four reasons why you might decide to take this action: 1. Gift and...

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February 14, 2024

Although traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs have been around for decades, the rules involved have changed many times. The Secure 2.0 law, which was enacted at the end of 2022, brought even more changes that made IRAs more advantageous for many taxpayers. What hasn’t changed is that they can help you save for retirement on a tax-favored basis. Here’s an overview of the basic rules and some of the recent...

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February 09, 2024

While much of your estate plan focuses on actions that take place after death, it’s equally important to have a plan for making critical financial or medical decisions if you’re unable to make them for yourself during your lifetime. This is why including a power of attorney in your estate plan is a must. Defining a power of attorney A power of attorney is defined as a legal document authorizing...

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February 07, 2024

Although traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs have been around for decades, the rules involved have changed many times. The Secure 2.0 law, which was enacted at the end of 2022, brought even more changes that made IRAs more advantageous for many taxpayers. What hasn’t changed is that they can help you save for retirement on a tax-favored basis. Here’s an overview of the basic rules and some of the recent...

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February 05, 2024

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