Last week we looked at my first eight tax hacks that will help ensure you don’t pay a cent more than you have to in your end of year return. Here are the rest of my tips…
Saving tax is a little like trying to find the perfect pair of jeans – it requires research and a little bit of legwork, but if you’re willing to put in the effort you will have a great result. If you don’t, then you really can’t complain.
My suggestion is to prioritise this list with the things you can easily do before 30 June, and then, as a modern-day philosopher once said, just do it. Of course, if you need more help make sure you call a great accountant who should be hassling you to do your tax planning now.
Melissa Browne, founder, The Money Barre, and author of “More Money for Shoes” and “Fabulous But Broke”