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Message Posté par davefollmers le Mer Mai 02, 2018 07:26 Répondre en citant

Hi,

I thought I'd save a lot of tax thanks to the new tax plan. Turned out not quite true.
I make $142k (single filing, FL), and contribute almost $50k to max all possible accounts (403b, 457, HSA).
My 2017 taxable income is $87k. With my heavy contribution, I bring myself from the 4th (28%) to 3rd (25%) bracket.
My 2018 taxable income is $86k. I'm back to the 4th (24%) bracket.
In 2017, I save 3% tax from contributing 35% of my income to retirement accounts.
In 2018, I save 0% from contributing anything to retirement accounts.
If I somehow can bring my taxable income from $87k to $82.5k, I'll be in the 3rd (22%) bracket. But I've really done what I could. How should I do differently?

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

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https://www.bogleheads.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=237778
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