What Do You Do With Your Tax Return

Dated: December 8 2016

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The new year is just weeks away again. It comes faster and faster every year. But this year could be different for you. This could be the year that you start taking control over your tax refund. Think about years past when you get that refund and what have you done with it? What do you have to show for it? Did you invest it, or did you do like 90% of hard working Americans have done with their, and rewarded yourself with a vacation or piece of jewelry? Maybe Vegas??


This could be the year that you actually take that refund and be responsible and invest it in a new home for your family. This could be the year that you quit throwing your money away by paying rent. The average rent for a 2 bedroom 2 bath is $1,000. That is $12,000 a year that you will never get back. That is $12,000 a year for someone to tell you how loud your television can be, where to park and what you can or cannot have on your patio. You are making someone else rich. As your throwing your money away they are building equity in that property.


This year use your tax refund to purchase a home and you will not only be investing in your family, but next year you can use your home as a tax write off and get a better return. It is a win win deal.


Go to my website at http://www.Barbie.AdvantageSold.com or call me today to see how you can not only use your tax refund you can also use the SETH program for down payment assistance and get into your new home with as little as $1000 down.


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