start and end of year, tax planning
Published: Sunday, January 27, 2019 written by Drew Jackson
2018 has come and gone, and 2019 is just getting started. what tax planning should be done.
while winding up the 2018 files, and preparing for the returns for personal and business, extensions and what not, the 2018 look back is rather intriguing. what did we learn from a year with so many changes?
what can we do to prepare for a brighter future? I believe we just need to be cautious with spending, and more aggressive with investments, and by all means, schedule changes appropriately with personal and business activities.
now is the time before 2020 that we need to get a hold of some great opportunities, and continue to push the ones that are working, and re-assess those that need either shuttering or fostering.
more to come...
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