With this year's taxes done, (whew!), it's the best time to review what went right (and wrong) so you can make next April much easier. For instance... Plan ahead using lessons from this year. Many people file taxes with a guess method as to what amount of money they donated to charity, what number of deductions to claim on their workplace W-4 form, and where they put important receipts. Some planning now will save time and frustration later. Keep documents safe and organized. Documents related to taxes are loaded with personal information so it’s important to use, sort, store and dispose of them properly.
Entries in Mayans (2)
Getting organized” is among the top resolutions of 2012. It is every year actually. Like the other top resolutions involving health or wealth, the goal of reducing clutter falls under the “Best of Intentions” category. We all mean well in January but by summer our interest is waning. And once the holiday season arrives in the winter… well, we’ll get back to that diet/exercise plan/cluttered basement … next year. I came upon this tongue-in-cheek look at going to the gym, and decided that humor does have a way of bringing home a few points. It got me thinking that maybe there are a few truths about clutter and organizing that also need to be aired.