Tax Planning After April 15th – 5 Secrets to Massive Tax Savings

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Many people view April 15th as the end of tax season and enjoy the idea that they don’t have to deal with their taxes for another year. I look at April 15th a little differently. I see April 15th as the time to start planning your taxes for the next year (and the next year and the next year).

The best potential to create massive tax savings comes from planning your taxes not only throughout the year, but years in advance.

This doesn’t mean you have to treat your tax planning like a part-time job (although I’ve seen tax savings that yield more than a part-time job!). It simply means take a few hours now to create a tax strategy that is specific to you, then integrate your strategy into your daily routine and take a few hours a month to keep it on track.

I think most people dread tax planning because it’s something they have found to be boring and confusing (and sometimes painful) in the past. Traditional tax planning can be all of this!

This is why I’ve made it my mission to make taxes more understandable. I’ve just recently taken the hundreds of strategies I use with clients and broken them down into 5 secrets that cover the scope of how to create massive tax savings.

5 Secrets to Massive Tax Savings

Secret #1 – Rules the IRS Won’t Tell You
Secret #2 – Creating Permanent Tax Savings
Secret #3 – Forming Your Personal Tax Strategy
Secret #4 – Tax Saving Entity Structures
Secret #5 – Reducing Your IRS Audit Risk

I’m so excited to share this information!

I’m going to share more about each of these secrets over the next few weeks, but before getting into those details, this week I want to share the common theme behind each of the secrets.

Behind Every Secret is… Knowledge! Now, I’m not referring to the type of knowledge that will have you quoting Internal Revenue Code sections – that falls into the category of boring and confusing. The knowledge I’m referring to is the type of knowledge that makes you aware of what creates massive tax savings so you begin to see your daily routine a little differently.

Here is an example most people can relate to:

Have you ever noticed that right after you buy a new car, you see that same car everywhere and you don’t remember ever seeing that many before? The reality is the cars have always been there, it just takes awareness to see them. Once you become aware of the car, you see it everywhere.

The same is true for tax savings! The opportunities are there, it’s just a matter of being aware of them.

Many people view April 15th as the end of tax season and enjoy the idea that they don’t have to deal with their taxes for another year. I look at April 15th a little differently. I see April 15th as the time to start planning your taxes for the next year (and the next year and the next year).

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