Year-End Tax Planning
This is the fourth of our Year-End Tips for Tax Planning series. Every few weeks until the end of the year, we'll give you ways to keep more of what you've earned. Use them as building blocks in your financial planning
Well . . . it’s technically not a “gift” but it will help you lower your taxable income for 2016. If you have any invoices outstanding with our office, you can pay them via credit card using this link on our site.
Even if the payment on your credit card is not made until January of later in 2017, you’ll still lock in your deduction by placing the charge on your credit card in tax year 2016.
This is a great one to accerate your write-off without parting with cash that you may need this month.
Call our office for details at (770) 461-1115.
He is also a founding Board Member and Finance Director of the Fayette Pregnancy Resource Center and serves on the Board of the National Equal Rights Institute.
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