(NewsUSA) --Tax time is just around the corner, and although many people still face various degrees of financial upheaval in the wake of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, the IRS now says that taxes are due a bit later this year -- on May 17, 2021. If you haven't started organizing your tax materials, the time is now.
"CFP® professionals are uniquely qualified to guide you through these uncertain times," according to the website of CFP Board, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting professional standards in personal financial planning.
A CFP® professional can provide financial advice and support as you organize and prepare your finances for tax filing.
Here are pro tips for tax planning as April approaches:
Additionally, you can review updates to tax laws on the IRS website and on the appropriate website for your own state income tax boards.
Visit letsmakeaplan.org for more financial planning advice and tips for a smooth tax season.
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