Mike Gracik featured in Richmond Times Dispatch Moneywise article.

Posted on 04.15.13

Posted: Sunday, April 14, 2013 12:30 am | Updated: 11:55 pm, Sun Apr 14, 2013.
BY CAROL HAZARD | Richmond Times-Dispatch

New tax on investments to help pay for health care changes

The scramble is on to file income tax returns and meet Monday’s deadline.

Meanwhile, a little-known tax went into effect Jan. 1 and it will affect income tax returns filed next year. It’s called the net investment income tax.

It’s a 3.8 percent surtax on investment income of individuals, estates and trusts.

It affects single people with gross incomes of more than $200,000 or married couples filing jointly with gross incomes of more than $250,000.  Read more

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Posted by: Michael Gracik, Jr., CPA

As Managing Partner of Keiter, Mike oversees the Firm’s strategic plan and growth initiatives. Mike works closely with his clients to identify tax planning and savings opportunities specific to their business and industry. His clients include closely-held businesses in the real estate, home building, manufacturing, construction, retail and wholesale industries. He also serves many estates, trusts and foundations. Read more of Mike’s insights on our blog.