Have you done your taxes yet? It’s almost the home stretch! For this post as part of the H&R Block campaign, I was asked to make a video sharing how I spend my tax refunds! I split it up three ways, I appreciate EVERY penny and strive to make each one work in my favor.
First, I set aside 25% for savings, that way it can earn interest. Using money to make more money, I like that!
Second, I set aside 25% for a SPLURGE. This is a treat for myself, like a hot stone pedicure or a new pair of my favorite comfy shoes.
Lastly, I use 50% for a “big picture” goal. For example, I’ve been doing a lot of speaking engagements lately and I needed to put together a speaker reel. I’ve always been confident with my presentations, I’m really proud to grow that part of my business. But you know what? When I started compiling footage, I couldn’t use anything because my outfits were awful! My blouses hung crooked, or I wore jeans that did not look flattering, or my dress had wrinkles. Oh, lawd, how I did I let that part slip? So for this year, I’m using 50% of my tax refund to buy some crisp, stylish ensemble clothing pieces that I can keep in my closet and ONLY wear to my gigs.
Now let’s talk about saving money!
When it comes to doing your tax return, H&R Block is offering a new Half Off Promotion for all of March! The goal is to help you get more money from your refund! If you filed with someone else last year, bring your receipt to an H&R Block office before March 31st and you will pay half of what you paid for your tax preparation in 2015. You can walk in, call 800-HRBLOCK (800-472-5625), or visit hrblock.com to make your tax preparation appointment! Please note that this is subject to a $100 minimum charge. At participating locations. Valid for new clients only. You must present valid receipt for 2014 tax prep fees from tax preparer other than H&R Block.
Don’t forget to check out all that H&R Block has to offer. They make it easy to get help because they have more than 2,600 offices in Latino communities alone – over 12,000 offices throughout the U.S., with more than 9,000 bilingual tax professionals nationwide.
In case you missed them, here are my other posts in the campaign!
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of H&R Block and Latina Bloggers Connect. The opinions and text are all mine.