April 15 is coming up, the dreaded tax time.

Is it a dread?

Have you prepared or have you procrastinated?

Are you just waiting till the last minute then taking everything to your
“accountant” in a big shoe box?

If you’re not certain that you’re doing everything that you can with
your taxes, would it be valuable for you it I brought my personal tax team in
for a live interview?

Let us know by leaving a comment here.

We want to make sure that you have strategies around what you are
currently doing with our cash.

Are you taking all the legal deductions and strategies in your business
and home?

Are you clear about:

  • Your mortgage interest deduction?
  • Your kids as dependence?
  • Your charitable contributions?

With the cash that comes to you in your household, your three largest
deductions that you can take personally are your mortgage interest deduction,
your kids’ dependence and charitable contributions.

We are pretty clear about this.

Maybe we have to do a webinar with a tax professional.

Would that help?

Send us a comment here.

If you are prepared, then April 15th is coming with very little stress.

Send us a comment here.

It’s okay if you pay a lot in taxes.

As long as you have done all the strategies before you get to the point of writing the check or checks along the way to pay your taxes.

You can pat yourself on the back. You can celebrate that you’ve
done everything that you can do to fulfill this area of your life.

However, if you are procrastinating, they the stress is
taking you away from what you want in life.

If you are stressing, then your tax score has fallen in your
Vault AIS Self-assessment.

Re-take the assessment, and comment if you would like us to do a webinar
to about tax planning and strategies.

Let us know.

Let us know how we can assist you and provide more value for you.