How to Make the Most of Your Tax Return

50TrHave you decided how you’re going to spend your tax return yet?

Maybe it’s time to treat yourself to a shopping spree! Maybe it’s time to go get that new iPad mini that everybody’s been talking about.

Perhaps you have some debt that you need to pay off or some bills that you’d like to catch up on. Some folks want to give to their favorite charities and others might just let it sit in the bank for a rainy day.

Before you go and do that, though, I’d like to make a suggestion. Why not turn your return into bigger returns?

Think of your tax return, should you be fortunate enough to be getting one, and, since you’re reading this, I’m assuming you are, as capital. It’s not everyday that someone just hands you several hundred or even several thousand dollars.

When you look at your tax return as capital that you can invest, rather than just spending on consumer items that will perish with use, you give yourself the opportunity to make it grow.

It’s at this point that I’d like to ask you to think about making an investment in your web presence. You may have been telling yourself that you just can’t afford it. Well, now is the time of year to start planning on what you’re going to do with a little extra cash.

Just think, investing in a web presence that really rocks could bring the returns that will enable you to buy, as my daughter has suggested, 2 iPads for everyone in the house!

1 thought on “How to Make the Most of Your Tax Return”

  1. Steve, smart business owners are always thinking of how they can best invest their time, energy and financial resources. Our websites are crucial for so many reasons and too few business owners, solo professionals and even bigger companies understand that. I like your phrase, “website presence.”

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