Tips from a Lending Expert -€“ Major Tax Credits Expiring in 2013

Bank of Montana | Leann AthasDuring the holidays the last project a person wants to focus on is how they plan on utilizing tax credits and gathering all their paperwork and shoeboxes of receipts to gauge where they stand in the land of taxes and deductions and exclusions, oh my. But 2013 will mark the end of several major tax deductions, exclusions, and credits that will affect both personal and business filers. Some credits may come back but no one can be sure if they will or how long it may take. Please click here to read the article €œMajor Tax Credits Expiring in 2013.€

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