So far, you’re probably sticking to your New Year’s resolutions. Good for you! You’re spending more time in the Word, and maybe you’ve lost a pound or two already. But it’s not too late to add one more resolution to your list. How about resolving to pay less on your taxes this year? Jesus said to give unto Caesar, but He didn’t mean to give more than you had to. Today, Rob West and Steve Moore have some ways to lower your tax burden in 2019.
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