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How to Save Money on Your Tax
Most of us are looking for ways to save money these days. And now its tax time again. Maximizing tax deductions, minimizing tax liability and saving money on tax preparation costs are all a priority. With a few tips from Luers & Dyer, CPAs, a little organization and early preparation, we can help you save money, get more money back on tax returns and make the process of filing taxes a lot less painless.
No one enjoys paying taxes. Almost every client has a unique approach and attitude toward filing tax returns and paying taxes.
Complexities and changes in tax laws make it difficult for many people to prepare their own tax returns. Turning to a professional tax preparer will help you navigate the maze of rules and forms and enable you to take advantage of all available tax benefits.
2008/09 were financially volatile years and it is common to have experienced changes in your financial status. Changes to stock portfolios, job changes, death, divorce, real estate transactions and business changes all create situations that Luers & Dyer can help you sort through. Dont hesitate to get professional help. There are ways to save money on your tax preparation costs.
A tax organizer such as the one located at luerscpa.com can help you organize tax information and identify potential tax deductions and benefits before you see your us. Put your year end tax documents together in one place as they come in the mail. Request realized gain or loss reports for stock transactions. These details must be reported in your tax returns.
Make a list of questions to ask your CPA. This will help you get the most benefit from professional services. Schedule your appointment early to get the quickest turn-around time and personal attention. Most tax professionals process returns in the order they are received. An early appointment puts you at the front of the line.
Tax time is a great time to get financial advice. Follow these tax preparation cost saving tips and you may also be able to save money on your tax preparation fees.
Luers & Dyer, CPAs, LLP is a full service accounting firm with offices in Julian and San Diego. For more information about our company call (760) 765-0343.
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