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Are you ready to file your taxes?

Are you ready to file your taxes?

Are you ready to file your taxes,

but feeling overwhelmed by all the paperwork you need to gather?

Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered! As an Incite Tax Genius, I’m here to guide you through the process with a few twists and turns that will keep you on your toes.

First things first,

you need to know what documents you need to file your taxes.

The usual suspects include your W-2, 1099 forms, and receipts for any deductible expenses.

But did you know that there are some unexpected items that can also come in handy?

For starters,

you might want to keep a record of any bribes you paid to government officials throughout the year.

Okay, okay, I’m just kidding! Please don’t bribe anyone, and definitely don’t deduct it on your taxes.

That’s a one-way ticket to prison.

But speaking of prison, did you know that you can actually deduct the cost of your legal fees if you end up in the slammer?

So, if you’re planning any heists or bank robberies this year, make sure to save your receipts!

And if you’re feeling lonely,

you might want to consider getting a pet.

Not only will it keep you company, but you can also deduct the expenses related to its care, such as food and veterinary bills if they contribute to income or serve a medical need.

Just don’t try to pass off your pet snake as a dependent – the IRS might not see eye-to-eye with you on that one.

Now, back to the more practical documents you need.

If you’re self-employed, you’ll want to keep track of all your income and expenses throughout the year.

This includes things like invoices, receipts, and bank statements.

And if you work from home, you might be able to deduct a portion of your rent or mortgage as a home office expense.

But wait, there’s more!

If you donated to charity throughout the year, make sure to keep track of your receipts.

You can deduct the value of any cash or property donations, as long as they were made to a qualified organization.

And finally,

don’t forget about your medical expenses.

You can deduct any out-of-pocket costs that exceed 7.5% of your adjusted gross income.

This includes things like doctor’s visits, prescription medications, and even some alternative therapies like acupuncture or chiropractic.

So, there you have it

the documents you need to file your taxes, both practical and comical.

Remember, filing your taxes doesn’t have to be a stressful experience.

Just make sure to keep good records throughout the year, and don’t forget to save those pet receipts!


FREE download: Common Document Checklist for filing your taxes.



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