April 14, 2014
Hopefully you have already filed your tax return and are anticipating at least a modest refund. But, before you get too excited about splurging with your IRS check, stop for a moment and remember that you earned that money! While many people view a tax refund as ‘bonus’ cash—it isn’t. It is simply a return of the funds that you earned and paid as tax beyond what your actual obligation was.
Keeping this in mind, think about using the money you receive from the IRS purposefully. Also, if you did receive a sizable refund, you may want to consider adjusting your tax withholding amount, so you aren’t shorting yourself on your regular income throughout the year.
The following list can help you determine some of the best ways to use your refund—ways that contribute to your long-term financial health:
While it is tempting to use your tax return as a windfall, it is important to remember that you earned it! Taking steps to secure yourself financially today is an investment that will pay dividends in the future— long after the glow of any spontaneous splurge has faded.
If you have any questions about this information, please contact our office. We are here to help.
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