Are you enjoying Thanksgiving? I hope so. And if your Turkey Day celebration extends, like it does for most of us, into Friday and the weekend, Happy Beyond Thanksgiving!
But when you're ready (or forced) to get back to your regular routine, you might want to make time to consider the items in the box below: five tax turkeys and how to avoid them. A few relatively easy tax moves in these areas could help make your tax life easier.
2023's Tax Turkeys 🦃 🍗 🦃 to Avoid
Marching toward tax tasks: I want to share one more thing I had to be thankful for this Thanksgiving, how well the Goin' Band From Raiderland represented my alma mater, Texas Tech University, at Macy's annual Turkey Day parade. You can check out a video at my tumblr blog Tumbling Taxes' November item that refers to the tax turkeys in this post.
You also might find these items of interest:
- Legal holidays and how they can affect federal taxes
- Some Thanksgiving roadtrippers this holiday will pay higher state gas taxes
- Helping others this Thanksgiving by giving to seasonal (and beyond) charities
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