Tax season again.
I’m actually pretty excited about it, mainly because I’m the guy who does his W2s the day he gets them (ed. note: … clarification for this year below). They’re relatively simple because I keep records of everything I earn, buy, sell, donate, invest, etc, and already have everything ready by the time I get my W2s from work. I’m even more excited this year because it’s also Apple season for me.
Previously, I wrote about why I was making the switch to Apple. Now that my W2s have arrived (ed. note: they actually arrived on Saturday, I was just too lazy to walk 10 feet down the hall to get them out of the mailbox), I can plan in advance for the switch. We should actually be getting back quite a bit of money this year and now that debts are all but gone (home stretch), we can spend a little of our hard saved (and earned) cash on some niceties for ourselves. Macbook Pro, here I come!
Which also reminds me about the tax changes this year. Thankfully, the immediate changes don’t affect us. However, if you need to know whether the tax changes do affect you, you can always go to Turbo Tax and check them out. I actually use Turbo Tax to file my taxes and they’ve been great since I started using them.
Do yourself a favor… don’t wait for the tax season to pass you by. It’s almost like a second Christmas, so treat yourself. Get your taxes filed as early as possible and run out and spend (save some first!) that money of yours!