Tax documents are rolling into households throughout the U.S., and people are looking for the top money saving tips. While there are only a few things you can do about 2010 taxes, there are tons of things you can do to ensure that 2011 goes smoothly.
One of the big ways to save money on taxes these days is to keep things organized. With smartphones, a huge saving tip is to use an app to track your information. For iPhone owners you can get TAX Organizer, in order to easily keep track of all your expenses in one easy to access place. Amazingly, this app will allow you to photograph your receipts, so you will not be stuck holding on to them, in case of an IRS auditÂ for seven whole years.
Obviously, other good tips are to keep all your related documents in a single file, as they slowly trickle into your home over the coming days. Once you are ready to complete your return, you will have them all with you in one place so that it is easy to get the forms filled out.
These tax saving tips are good for 2011 and beyond for people who do their own returns or forÂ those who have a professional complete their return.
What do you do for your preparation? Do you have any insightful tips to share for reducing taxes or reducing the stress they cause?
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