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Start Planning for Next Year's Taxes

By Roy Lewis (TMF Taxes)
June 17, 2005

Many think that taxes are simply a chore, something to attend to once a year. Anyone with that attitude is likely leaving money on the table. Those who view the tax process as an opportunity to save money will be the real winners. With the recent tax law changes, planning for the reduction of your 2005 taxes is more important than ever before. Here are a few suggestions that you should consider in order to jump-start your tax planning and get you on the road to paying less in taxes in 2005...
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