A simple question that might cut your tax bill
Many of you use a tax preparer to complete your tax return.
Have you ever asked, when you pick it up, whether the preparer has some suggestions as to how you might change your financial system slightly to save some income tax costs?
I've asked several tax preparers whether they often get such questions ...and they say that scarcely anyone ever asks such a question.
I find that hard to believe.
I hope that you have a good tax refund this year ... and make some plans that result in paying less, next year (on slightly more income).
P.S. I wanted my clients to arrange things so that they'd have no refund ... a refund of $1,200. is a loan of $100. a month (i.e., $200. for this year, up to this point) of interest-free loan that you're making to the government, that amounts to $1,200.00 by year end, that runs from then till you get your refund.
If you want to make interest-free loans ...
... I'll be glad to stand in line, with my hand out!
Here is a link that might be useful: Ask your tax preparer some questions