It's that time of year again — tax time! If you've received or are expecting to receive a refund, Wright-Patt Credit Union (WPCU) has a few tips to help you make the most of your tax refund money.
Give your tax refund a purpose
Getting a tax refund is exciting! But remember, it's not “free money," it's
your hard-earned money from the previous year. Instead of spending your tax refund right away, make a plan to put it to good use!
Here are a few ideas:
Make the most of your tax refund this year! Meet with one of WPCU's Financial Coaches at your local
Member Center to talk about how your tax refund can help you reach your financial goals.
Set yourself up for success next tax season
Once you've completed your 2021 tax returns (and breathed a sigh of relief), it's smart to start thinking about next tax season! Planning ahead will help you feel less stressed — and it may even help you save money.
Here are a few things you can do to prepare for next tax season:
Here's to a Successful Tax Season!
At Wright-Patt Credit Union, we want to help you achieve financial flexibility and freedom during tax season and all year round! As a member-owned cooperative, we offer great rates, low-to-no fees and extraordinary service, delivering more value to our members so they can live the lives they want to live.
Ready to get started? Check out WPCU's online
Education Center for more helpful financial tips, tools and resources, or stop by a
Member Center to speak with one of our friendly Financial Coaches.
* The information contained in this article is for education and informational purposes only, and does not constitute professional advice. The information provided is subjective and you should always do your own research before making decisions. While reasonable efforts are made to include accurate and up-to-date information, Wright-Patt Credit Union makes no warranties or representations of any kind concerning the accuracy, timeliness or suitability of the information provided for any purpose. Validity of the content is not guaranteed and you are strongly urged to consult a professional or other authority in the appropriate field, such as a tax professional, before acting on any of the content.