We’re approaching the end of the year, and in a effort to save you plenty of time, frustration, and even some of your hard earned money, we’ve assembled some very useful and insightful advice to help with your end of year tax planning.
When it comes to year-end tax planning and tax reduction, accelerate your deductions or delay your income. Today, we’ll discuss how to find ways to accelerate your deductions so you can take that deduction this year instead of next.
Although giving to charity comes from the heart, you’ll usually still feel it in your wallet. Of course, many contributions to charity are tax deductible, easing the financial hit. Find out end of year tips here.
Our very own Bob Meighan, CPA and Vice President of TurboTax provides you with great tax tips to take advantage of before the end of the year to get you the refund you deserve. Check out the video here!
Here are five tips to help you get ahead of the game for 2011 taxes. Like saving for retirement, it’s never too early to begin saving on your taxes. We’ve posted a bunch of stuff about tax preparation steps you can take before Dec. 31, but there are things you can do between now and tax filing day that can impact your bottom line as well.
April 15th may be eight months away, but that doesn’t mean your taxes should be sitting on the back burner. Instead, you should use this time to take advantage of your financial situation and make any changes today so that you can minimize your tax burden come spring.