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Common Tax Filing Mistakes

Here we are at the April tax deadline. But if you have started preparing early like Dave and Julia, then you have enough time left to cross check what you did. This will ensure reduction or elimination of any mistakes in the process. People often make the same mistakes every year, so here are a few last-minute tips to remember:…read more →

Common Tax Filing Mistakes

Here we are at the tax deadline.  Some last-minute tips to remember; people make the same mistakes every year, so we keep repeating them:   Miscalculating the basis of investments. Using the wrong basis can cause more taxes to be paid than should be. (Basis is what you paid for it, plus any dividends or capital gains that have been…read more →

Common Tax Filing Mistakes

Here we are at the tax deadline. Some last-minute tips to remember; people make the same mistakes every year, so we keep repeating them: • Miscalculating the basis of investments. Using the wrong basis can cause more taxes to be paid than should be. (Basis is what you paid for it, plus any dividends or capital gains that have been…read more →

Common Tax Filing Mistakes

Here we are at the tax deadline.  Some last-minute tips to remember; people make the same mistakes every year, so we keep repeating them:   Miscalculating the basis of investments. Using the wrong basis can cause more taxes to be paid than should be. (Basis is what you paid for it, plus any dividends or capital gains that have been…read more →

Common Tax Filing Mistakes

Here we are at the tax deadline.  Some last-minute tips to remember; people make the same mistakes every year, so we keep repeating them:   Miscalculating the basis of investments. Using the wrong basis can cause more taxes to be paid than should be. (Basis is what you paid for it, plus any dividends or capital gains that have been…read more →

Common Tax Filing Mistakes

Here we are at the tax deadline.  Some last-minute tips to remember; people make the same mistakes every year, so we keep repeating them:   Miscalculating the basis of investments. Using the wrong basis can cause more taxes to be paid than should be. (Basis is what you paid for it, plus any dividends or capital gains that have been reinvested.)  …read more →

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