4 Common Budgeting Mistakes
- No specific motivation
- Unrealistic spending estimates
- Overlooked expenses
- Too many restrictions
It’s tax season and April 15th is fast approaching, which usually means you’re thinking a lot about your tax return. Preparing your taxes isn’t easy, but half the fun is figuring out what deductions you need to itemize to maximize the money you get back. We want you to get the most out of your tax return, so in case you missed these deductions, here are some tax write-offs that may apply to you.
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