Tax Tips for Your 20’s and Beyond

Photo Credit: Thomas Hawk via Compfight ccMy Q&A this week on Dimespring talks about the evolution of your tax situation as you get established in adulthood and your career, but the tips can be helpful for all of us.

When you’re young, living at home, and all you have at tax time is a single W2, filing your taxes is pretty simple.  In fact you can file your federal return online for free at IRS.gov. Most states have a free file online option as well.

But as you get older, your financial life gets a bit more complicated, and so might your taxes. Here are some things to remember throughout the year that will help you make the most of the available deductions.  Read more over at Dimespring

 

 

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