2016 may be in the history books, but the authors of today’s article point out that there are still plenty of moves people can make to trim their tax bill for 2016 – and get a head start on minimizing their bill for 2017. The key, according to the authors, “is to home in on the special breaks for people in your particular situation.” Whether your particular situation involves having taxable investments, having advanced (or stalled) in your career, being retired, or having experienced a major life change (e.g. marriage, the birth of a child, divorce), today’s article outlines tax trimming moves for your 2016 return and beyond. To read more, CLICK HERE.
Tax Trimming Moves For Your 2016 Return (And Beyond) For Every Situation
- by Bob Mitchell