The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed into law by President Trump in December 2017, ushering in a new wave of tax rules. The tax code is thousands of pages long, full of obscure rules on topics that don’t apply to most Americans. It’s likely that you don’t need to know expensing costs for replanting citrus plants, net operating losses for life insurance companies, and limits on FDIC premiums that banks with more than $10 billion in assets can deduct. With all the new tax law changes, what you need to understand is how the Trump tax plan affects you, and how you can take advantage of these new rules to keep more of what you make. At Financial Gravity we know that, in the end, it’s what you keep that counts.
They say that "what goes up must come down." But that's not true when it comes to college costs. U.S. News reports the average private college tuition stood at $16,233 back in 1997-98 — roughly $24,973 in 2017 dollars. But the same tuition today costs $41,727. And that's before pricing in luxuries like, you know, meals, and a place to sleep. In-state college costs are rising even faster as legislatures cut budgets for higher education. That means colleges are increasingly turning to alternate funding sources, including their endowments.
As you know the term “subluxation” is used by doctors of chiropractic to depict the altered position of the vertebra and subsequent functional loss which determines the location for Chiropractors to perform a spinal adjustment.
When a person has a subluxation of the spine it has caused functional loss and pain. For most Chiropractors when it comes to the subject of taxes we look at tax subluxations as the lack of effective tax planning. This, in turn, creates financial loss and pain with an unnecessary overpayment of taxes.