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Choose the Right Filing Status

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5. Choose the Right Filing Status
Selecting the appropriate filing status can impact your tax liability. Compare different filing statuses to determine the one that minimizes your taxes.

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6. Take Advantage of Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs)
Utilize FSAs for healthcare and dependent care expenses. Contributions are made pre-tax, reducing your taxable income.

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7. Time Your Income and Expenses
Timing is crucial. Depending on your financial situation, consider deferring income to the next year or accelerating deductions into the current year.

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8. Invest Tax-Efficiently
Hold tax-efficient investments in taxable accounts and tax-inefficient investments in tax-advantaged accounts to optimize your after-tax returns.

9. Be Mindful of Capital Gains
Understand the tax implications of capital gains. Holding investments for more than a year may qualify for lower capital gains tax rates.

10. Review Tax Withholding
Regularly review your tax withholding to ensure you’re not overpaying or underpaying taxes throughout the year.


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