7 Year-End Strategies That Can Help You Save On Taxes

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In the novel David Copperfield, Charles Dickens called procrastination the “thief of time.”

Procrastination also can cost you plenty of cold hard cash when it comes to your income taxes.

There are several strategies that can help you reduce your taxes this year and in the future — but you must move quickly. You’ll have to beat certain deadlines, or the opportunities will disappear.

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Michael Woloshin, Investment Adviser Representative
Founder and managing director, Woloshin Investment Management

Michael Woloshin is an Investment Adviser Representative, insurance professional and the founder and managing director of Woloshin Investment Management (opens in new tab). His priority is helping those who are about to retire or who already have retired pursue their financial independence utilizing customized income strategies. Woloshin has over 35 years of experience advising clients.