Here are 5 last-minute tax moves you can still make before you file

Here are 5 last-minute tax moves you can still make before you file
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WED, MAR 06, 2019
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Editor’s Note
March usually conjures up thoughts of springtime, March Madness and St. Patrick’s Day. Add one more to this year’s list: taxes.

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which took effect last year, means a lot of changes for taxpayers – big changes. Not to worry, we’ve got you covered with CNBC’s “Smart Tax Planning” special report. It’s a one-stop location where you can learn all about the many changes to the tax code and how they could affect how much you owe Uncle Sam.

Worried that your favorite tax break may be gone? We’ll guide you. Wonder why your refund is less? Find out why here. Didn’t use all the money in your flexible spending account? You have options. We help make tax season a little less painful, so you can go out and smell the flowers.

For more cool stuff like this, please follow me on Twitter @jimpavia and check out CNBC’s Financial Advisor Hub.

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