Are You Ready for Tax Season

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Are You Ready for Tax Season

Tax season is upon us, and I know some of you are dreading it! The digging through your files (and desk drawers, and purses, and couch cushions) to find all of the necessary documents and receipts. Sound familiar? I’m here to help you with all of that this year, and I found a great article about organizing your receipts for next year! Let’s start off 2017 with organized tax papers!

Carla Whyte
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The Art of Keeping Receipts for Your Taxes

Keeping your receipts organized helps you to assess your annual spending accurately and makes filing your taxes easier.
Read the Tips!

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Spring Cleaning & Cleanse – Decluttering your space, mind, & body

Spend an evening with us as we discuss how clutter can block clarity, energy, and peace in one’s physical and mental state. We will talk about what clutter actually is and the benefits of clearing it away so that everyone can live empowered lives! Read the Tips!

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Smead All-in-One Income Tax Organizer

This is a great way to organize and store vital tax records. An instruction sheet/checklist and labels with tax subjects as well as blank labels allow the file to be tailored for your tax record needs. The file includes 12 pockets plus one large pocket for storing completed returns. The flap and cord closure allow for security and easy transport.​ Read the Tips!

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