Go Curry Cracker 2021 Taxes

After a decade of zero and near zero tax bills, our 2021 tax return looks a bit different – We paid a LOT of tax.

No surprises though – I sold a ton of stock to pay cash for a house. In the grande scheme of things it is no big deal.

I’ll break it all down below (with links) and highlight some things I did to minimize taxes this year and going forward.

Paying Taxes with a Credit Card in 2022

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Every year during this time, we reconcile our earnings and deductions for Uncle Sam and either fork over more dough or humbly request that a little be given back. If you follow the strategies of this blog you may not have much tax liability to begin with, but if you find yourself in a position where you owe the IRS and were wondering if you could earn rewards points on that payment, the answer is yes. More significantly, there’s an interesting trick where you can potentially earn hundreds of thousands of points and miles by making estimated payments which is discussed below.