Andrew S. PerriApril 07, 2022

Who hasn’t procrastinated filing their taxes? 

Now it seems the IRS is even pushing the deadline — in issuing your refund.

Millions of taxpayers’ refunds are delayed this year, and the IRS has admitted that tax returns are piling up. The Forbes article below can tell you more about how this could affect you in the coming weeks. 

It’s really common to procrastinate about money tasks, especially if negative emotions are involved, but procrastination could cost you in the long run.

That’s where I can help. Working together, we can prioritize your goals and break down tasks into smaller, more manageable chunks. Doing so turns intimidating deadlines into achievable, realistic goals — and increases your confidence as well. And who couldn’t use an extra dose of confidence this year?

Check out the New York Times article for the science behind beating procrastination. I’ve included some additional articles for insight and advice as well. 

I’d love to hear what you think!

IRS: We Apologize, Your Tax Refund Is Delayed

Why You Procrastinate (It Has Nothing to Do With Self-Control)

Financial advisors share 4 reasons why there’s such a thing as having too much in a savings account and what to do with that money instead

Medicare Advantage Plans Get A Big Pay Hike, Offer More Services And Supports For Older Adults

The U.S. Economy Is Booming. So Why Are Economists Worrying About a Recession?

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