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Hello, I'm Jeremy from TurboTax with some important news on tax shelters. At one time, the term tax shelter was all over the news. Because the IRS was cracking down on large companies that were abusing them. But in reality, when used correctly, tax shelters can be a good thing. The term tax shelter applies to any investment you make, that reduces the amount of tax you have to pay. For example, the interest you earn from municipal bonds is tax exempt. Even though this is perfectly legal and even encouraged by state governments, it is still a tax shelter. It's a tax shelter only because you chose to purchase an investment that offers tax free interest. Rather than putting the money in a savings account, where the interest is taxable. So your gains are sheltered from being taxed. The truth of the matter is, that taxes are the most important concern to financial planners. When evaluating which investments are better than others. And all other things being equal, they will often recommend an investment that results in the lowest amount of tax to be paid. So, whether you're looking to make some investments for retirement. Or just have some extra money to sock away for a rainy day. You should always consider the tax consequences before committing. For more tax tips and guidance, visit TurboTax.com.
Hola, soy Jeremy de TurboTax con importantes noticias sobre los paraísos fiscales. Hubo un tiempo en que el término paraíso fiscal estaba en todas las noticias debido a que el IRS (siglas en inglés de Servicio de Impuestos Internos) estaba tomando medidas enérgicas contra las grandes empresas que estaban abusando de ellos. Pero en realidad, cuando se usan correctamente, los paraísos fiscales pueden ser una cosa buena. El término paraíso fiscal se aplica a cualquier inversión que hagas, que reduce la cantidad de impuestos que tienes que pagar. Por ejemplo, el interés que obtienes de bonos municipales está exento de impuestos. A pesar de que esto es perfectamente legal e incluso fomentado por los gobiernos estatales, sigue siendo un paraíso fiscal. Es un paraíso fiscal sólo porque decides comprar una inversión que ofrece un interés libre de impuestos, en lugar de poner el dinero en una cuenta de ahorros, donde el interés es gravable. Así que tus ganancias están protegidas de ser gravadas. La verdad del asunto es que los impuestos es la preocupación más importante para los planificadores financieros al evaluar qué inversiones son mejores que otras. Y todas las otras cosas en igualdad de condiciones, ellos a menudo recomiendan una inversión que se traduce en la menor cantidad de impuestos a pagar. Por lo tanto, si estás buscando hacer algunas inversiones para la jubilación, o simplemente tener un poco de dinero extra para ahorrar para un día lluvioso, siempre se deben considerar las consecuencias fiscales antes de comprometerse. Para más consejos y guías de impuestos, visita TurboTax.com.