Now that 2018 is coming to an end, here are a few money-saving tax tips you can implement soon that may put more money in your wallet later.
Tip No. 1► Take Your Losses
Take time to review your portfolio.
If you have losses, consider selling them before year-end.
Taking a loss offsets capital gains made in your other positions.
You can write off or claim your net capital losses up to $3,000, or $1,500 if you’re married and filing separately.
And according to IRS.gov, if your ...
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