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Is there someone in your life who could really use a hand up? Consider lending your tax return to a friend starting a business, a student trying to cover school, or an acquaintance getting back on their feet after a loss. Want to go further afield? Kiva.org is a micro-lending site where you can lend as little as $25 to entrepreneurs in developing countries.
8. Give it
Consider donating your tax return to a cause close to your heart. Not only does the organization benefit, you get the benefit of helping, and a tax credit in this tax year. A win, win, win situation.
9. Spend it
Of course, if you don’t have bad debt, you have a plan to pay for your lifestyle expense, and you are contributing regularly to your retirement plan, you can always just go spend it. Yeah, I know – this one sounds like the most fun.
Have I got your attention? Let’s talk about how to take advantage of the suggestions that appeal to you.
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