MASTER TAX SEASON IN 1 – 2 – 3 👌
Although you should always consult a tax professional, here are three simple steps to prepare for tax season.
1. Collect all your tax documents 📑
Look out for the following tax documents:
- Employer docs (i.e., W2s)
- Investment docs (i.e., different forms of 1099s)
- Be sure to consult a tax professional on other forms you may need like mortgage interest statements or student loan interest statements.
2. Choose how to file 🗂
- You may want to consider taking a DIY approach to your taxes by using an online tax preparation service. You can easily prepare your taxes from the comfort of your laptop or mobile device — while in bed. Who said tax season had to be stressful?
- For more complex tax situations, it’s smart to speak with a tax specialist or CPA to help you through it.
3. Use your refund wisely 🤓
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For more information on how to get through tax season without losing your mind, check out this blog article.
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