Tax Breaks for the New Year
It's December 31--do you know what your tax situation is?
Sometime after the last eggnog is drained and before the Rose Parade starts is that no-work zone we call the last week of the year.
Sure, it's difficult to get anything done after December 25 and before January 1. Nobody's at work, relatives are sleeping in your den, and there's all those awful gifts to return.
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