April 13, 2019
April is a happier time if you’ve managed to find new ways of maximizing your tax deduction. It means you can spend time at the watercooler talking about binge-watching episodes or your desert trip rather than the government takeover of your bank account.
Unfortunately, however, it’s not a very happy time for a lot of Americans, thanks to changes in 2018 taxes – and along with the new rules there are the usual problems. It’s easy to get bogged down by anxiety about the results, frustration with bad news, plus the feeling that all the work you put in through the year has gone out the window.
That’s where tax deductions come in.