It's that time of year again when most of us finished our federal (and state) taxes. Time to chill for a bit.
But not too long.
Taxes never take a break. In fact, the Internal Revenue Service has been adding up what you owe since Jan. 1.
Plus, we're still dealing with the intricacies of the tax law changes that we saw in full force for the first time on our 2018 tax year returns.
Take a breath and don't panic.
Weekly Tax Tips are back to help you get the lowest possible tax bill for the 2019 tax year. As the pointing finger indicates, these tax advice tidbits will be there at the top of the ol' blog's right column every Friday — I know you want some fun weekend tax reading — through the end of the year.
If, however, you filed for an extension and are still working to get your 2018 return filed by the Oct. 15 due date, the Filing Season Tax Tips are still around. You can find them in their conveniently archived monthly pages for January, February, March and April.