41SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details As we get into 2019, there are a lot of things to think about, and one of the first things we think about every year is filing our taxes. This year we have until April 15th, but why wait that long? If you have all the necessary paperwork (W-2, etc.), why wait? Here are four reasons you should file your taxes as soon as possible…You’ll get your refund sooner: This one may seem obvious. The sooner your file for a refund, the sooner you’ll get it back. The closer you wait until Tax Day, the busier the IRS is, and the longer it’s going to take to get your money back. I don’t know about you, but that’s a good enough reason for me.You’ll be done with it: If you find out your taxes are going to be more difficult than past years, you may find yourself scrounging around for paperwork and the process may take a lot longer than you planned. By filing early, this date shouldn’t be a source of stress for you.You’ll have more time to pay: Hopefully you’re looking at a refund this year, but if not, you’ll have to be paid in full by April 15th. If this is the case, you’ll give yourself more time to pay by filing early. Think about that if you know you owe money this year.Tax professionals aren’t as busy: Not only is the IRS less busy at the beginning of the year, but tax professionals are as well. Keep this in mind if you’re not filing on your own. For those of you who file online, this won’t be a big deal, but if you need a pro to help sort you out, you’ll be glad you made an early appointment.
Thomas Partey’s continuity at Atlético de Madrid is in question. The rojiblanco club put a renewal offer on the table last October that is still unsigned and now, after the offer from Arsenal confirmed by his father and another from Manchester United, the interest of Paris Saint-Germain is added.According to RMC Sport, PSG are considering Thomas Partey to strengthen their midfield. Leonardo, Parisian sports director, wants new members for this plot and Atlético appears as a good option with experience at the highest level and for a relatively affordable price: the 50 million euros of its termination clause. In the Wanda Metropolitano they still trust in a renovation that would double their salary and also the price to pay for their departure. Paris Saint Germain does not have an excess of troops in the midfield. This year they were reinforced with Ander Herrera and Idrissa Gana Gueye as well as Paredes, defensive midfielder, Verratti, plus five than midfielder, Julian Draxler, reconverted as midfielder and youth player Adil Aouchiche.Thomas would have to earn a spot at eleven as he has at Atlético, where this season he is the third in the squad that accumulates the most minutes, although he falls to the 16th position on the salary scale. Odumase Krobo opens a new path towards Paris.