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December 2018 Newsletter

New 2019 Federal Income Tax Brackets & Rates

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We’re just about to enter 2018 tax filing season. But already the IRS has issued new federal income tax brackets for 2019.

Confused? That's completely understandable. But the 2019 information is necessary if you're to be prepared to file your taxes when 2019 ends. You may need to make adjustments in your withholding taxes, or your tax estimates if you're self- employed.

The big picture: If you're very familiar with the tax code as it was through 2017, the changes you'll see in 2019 may seem dramatic. But the real change is taking place in the 2018 tax year, and that's what you need to focus on right now. The main takeaway is to use this information to set your withholding tax, tax estimates, and tax planning in the right direction at the beginning of 2019.

See the brackets and new rates by clicking the Read More tab below.

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Being Kind Makes You Feel Good. Here's the Science Behind it...

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Everybody can appreciate acts of kindness. But when it comes to explaining why we do them, people often take one of two extreme positions. Some think kindness is something completely selfless that we do out of love and care, while others believe it is just a tool that we cunningly use to become more popular and reap the benefits.

But research shows that being kind to others can actually make us genuinely happy in a number of different ways. We know that deciding to be generous or cooperating with others activates an area of the brain called the striatum.

The feel-good emotion from helping has been termed “warm glow” and the activity we see in the striatum is the likely biological basis of that feeling.

Why it matters: Being kind is just the right thing to do and makes our world a better place to live...and it's Christmas time!

See all the sciencey reasons why being kind makes us feel good by clicking the link below.

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Holiday Issue

This month's dish of tax tips, business trends, helpful hints, and humor served fresh right to your inbox!

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Holy Moly!

  • Another year is about to come to a close
  • We're in the middle of the holiday season
  • Santa is making his list and checking it twice
  • And Deductr has been saving you $$$ all year

Does it get any more exciting than that?

Actually, it probably does.

You will be enjoying the holidays with family and friends and co-workers and acquaintances, and since this is our last newsletter of 2018 we'd like to take a moment to THANK YOU for your ongoing patronage and support.

We wish you and your loved ones a very Happy Hanukkah, Merry Christmas, and a happy and prosperous New Year!

 

From all of us at here at Deductr,

JT, Holly, Kara, Mikayla, Tyler, Kelly, Doug, and Dave

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The Countdown Begins

December should be a month of fun, excitement, and the gift of giving. But if you're giving Uncle Sam more than you have to things could go from jolly to melancholy in a hurry.

Join us for our last webinar of 2018. We'll give you a bunch of reasons to be just as excited for tax time as you are for Santa's visit! We hear Santa may have special gift for all who attend! (No that's not a bribe! It's Christmas!)

Join us on Wednesday, December 12th at 9:00 PM Eastern time. Get registered. It's easy. As easy as Deductr makes expense tracking!

Get registered. It's easy. Just click the button below and sign up. It's FREE!

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