1. Don’t: Keep Poor Records.

2. Don’t: Pay for an Accountant You Don’t Need  or Fail to Get One When You Should).

3. Don’t: Choose the Wrong Filing Status.

4. Don’t: Declare the Wrong Income.

5. Don’t: Neglect to Itemize When You Should.

6. Don’t: Make a Mistake in Claiming Dependents.

7. Don’t: Get Grabby With Deductions.

8. Don’t: File on Paper When You Don’t Have to Do So.

9. Don’t: Forget to Pay on Time–Even if You Got a Filing Extension.

10. Don’t: Get a Rapid.


Source: Alden Vicker at  The Fiscal Times
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