It’s now December, and if you blink hard enough (or drink enough egg nog) you’ll wake up & find yourself in January of a new year. For many people, holiday office parties & Christmas shopping comes hand in hand with a few year end financial chores.
There are plenty of these financial “chores” you could occupy yourself with if you chose. But since December 31st coincides with the end of the tax year, today’s post will cover my 5 favorite year end tax planning tips. These are five of the most common year-end opportunities I see to reduce your long term tax liability.