Why You Should Never Ever Celebrate Getting A Tax Refund – Episode 299

It’s absolutely crazy that people are celebrating a tax refund. After this episode, you’re going to realize why we don’t want to put on the celebration hat for getting a tax refund and how you can minimize your tax burdens.

Best-selling author Kim Butler and Spencer Shaw show you how to take more control of your finances. Tune in to The Prosperity Podcast to learn more about Prosperity Economics thinking and strategies today!

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Show Notes

  • Tax refunds and tax returns – 0:45
  • Not getting a refund – 1:54
  • Working out your relationship with your money – 2:42
  • Having control over your cash flow and assets – 2:58
  • Getting refunds – 3:30
  • Plan the amount of taxes that you will need to pay – 3:55
  • The Life Insurance Policy is liquid – 4:22
  • Handling the extra money – 4:56
  • A different way to pay taxes – 5:17

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