To some, baseball is a boring, slow paced sport.  To the inexperienced eye, it appears that the players do nothing but stand around and wait for the ball to come to them.

But, in reality, baseball is a game of strategic adjustment and observation.   When a batter steps up to the plate, the team on the field changes strategy – the outfield and infield players adjust their positions and the pitcher and catcher make strategic plans on what to pitch.

Tax strategy is exactly the same.  On the surface it seems like taxes are important only once a year.  But in reality, your tax team should be constantly making adjustments and strategic observations that will lessen your tax burdens and help you meet your financial goals.

Batter up!    Is your tax team paying attention?