When it comes to tax season, getting the maximum refund possible is the goal for most, if not all, taxpayers. Are you doing everything you can to get your maximum refund? Most of us claim zero dependents on our W-9’s, maybe pay some extra taxes per paycheck, and call it a day.
Last year, the IRS received over 16 million tax returns. The average refund was about $2,306. Getting a refund like that is nothing to sneeze at; however, that doesn’t mean we can’t do better.
There is undoubtedly an abundance of ways to reduce your tax burden to get the maximum refund possible for you. Here are a few suggestions from financial experts.
This post originally appeared at SAVOTEUR.