The beginning of spring is a beautiful time. The sun starts coming back out. The flowers begin to bloom. The birds begin to chirp again. And the tax forms keep piling up.
Yes, the turn of the seasons also marks a stressful time for many Military Spouses and families across the country: The end of tax season. With tax time officially ending on April 15, the warmer days are often a not-so-pleasant reminder that it’s time to get those W-2s and 1099s in. ASAP.
But look on the bright side, a fat tax return might be coming your way soon. Right? Well, whether you’ll end up owing back taxes or receiving a hefty refund, it’ll all depend on some of the changes made by the Tax cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.
One of the most significant changes to federal tax laws in the last 30 years, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will have an impact on your and your Military Family’s personal tax returns. Join AAFMAA Wealth Management & Trust as John Sledgianowski explains the Act’s deep and far reaching changes, what you need to know for your personal tax returns, and how it all will affect your MilFam.
Space is limited, so register now for one of the two sessions taking place Thursday, March 14, 2019, at 9am and 3pm. Not able to attend the morning or afternoon session? Check AAFMAA’s INTEL Center once the webinar sessions are over for on-demand access, anytime, any day.
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