2024 Tax Guide for High-Income Earners

By exploring the IRS’s latest changes now, you can proactively make adjustments (like increasing retirement contributions) and potentially reduce your liability come next tax season.

Are you keeping up with the latest tax changes? If not, you could be leaving money on the table…

While taxes are an inevitable part of life, staying on-top of the latest changes can help you minimize your tax bill. Even if your personal circumstances haven’t changed, the IRS makes inflation-related adjustments every year that have the potential to impact your tax rate, eligibility for certain credits, and more.

By exploring the IRS’s latest changes now, you can proactively make adjustments (like increasing retirement contributions) and potentially reduce your liability come next tax season.

Our guide Opal Wealth 2024 Tax Guide for High-Income Earners is jam-packed with the most up-to-date tax information you need to plan, strategize, and minimize next year’s tax bill.

In this guide, we cover your tax planning essentials, such as:

  • Determining your tax bracket
  • Choosing a deduction strategy
  • Finding applicable tax credits
  • Identifying relevant exemptions and inclusions
  • Reaching your contribution limits
  • And more!

At Opal, our primary focus is helping you safeguard the wealth you’ve devoted to a lifetime building. That includes finding proactive ways to protect your hard-earned income from Uncle Sam—all while maintaining a long-term focus on your greater goals.

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