John M. Hoffman
Favorite Tax Planning Ideas
Love your job (you could be at it for a while) this is
an oldy but goody
As many of us are going to need to work longer to
make up for losses in our investments (the 2008 meltdown), we need to take a
positive outlook – make your job your friend and be in love with it.
Be sure to be open minded about what assignments you
are willing to take on. Being flexible with multiple skills makes you a
more valuable contributor to the organization you work with.
Do some things to make going to work just a little
Tidy up your workplace realizing that you spend a
significant part of your life in that space.
Get yourself something nice that you use as part
of your daily routine – whether it be a good briefcase, a good
computer, cell phone, or just a nice writing instrument.
Find a way to make your commute more tolerable.
Try to do it off peak, consider car-pooling, public transportation,
or even finding a way to work closer to where you live.
Put a smile on your face, have a good attitude and try to
think of things with a “glass half full” rather than a “glass half empty”