Ten Tax Strategies to Help You Save $$$ on Your 2021 Tax Bill (Episode 010)

Are you looking for ways to save on your taxes before the end of the year?

Look no further, today we will be discussing 10 easy to implement tax strategies that you can put into play before the end of the year to help you save thousands on your 2021 tax bill.

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The Biggest Takeaways

  1. Prepay your 2022 expenses in 2021
  2. Sell your losers before the end of the year and deduct up to $3,000 in losses
  3. Max out your Retirement Contributions before the end of the year
  4. Give away your stuff before the end of the year (if you itemize)
  5. Make a cash contribution up to $300 or $600 (if married)
  6. Consider a Roth Conversion
  7. Contribute to a 529 Plan
  8. Maximize your work-related deductions
  9. Plan to take your RMD if you are required to do so
  10. Defer income if you can (or should)

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