After Steve Jobs’ death, it’s possible to save as much as $2.2 million on your taxes, according to a new study.
But there’s one catch: You’ll have to be a member of the class of 2018.
The study by a team of tax experts found that the company’s founder’s estate can save as little as $800,000 on your federal taxes over the course of a decade, and as much more, according a statement from the researchers.
In other words, it might take you up to 40 years to save even $1 million.
Here’s how to do it.
First, you need to know what taxes to expect if you’re a member.
If you’re an individual, the IRS will ask you a series of questions, which you should answer correctly.
The first question asks you how much money you’ll owe over a 20-year period.
The second asks if you’ll be subject to any income tax in that period.
If you answered “yes,” you’ll have $2,500 in 2018 for taxes paid in 2018 and 2017.
If, on the other hand, you answered ‘no,’ you’ll only owe $500 in that year.
That’s important because your 2018 tax liability is based on the date you earned the $2-million in income from Jobs.
If the IRS asks you questions after the fact, you might be left with an incomplete answer or a misleading answer.
You should also answer correctly on a series the IRS calls “tax returns,” which includes Form 1040, 1040A, 1099-INT, and other forms that provide a summary of your taxes.
After you answer the questions, the tax authorities will send a report to your tax return.
If it’s a return for 2018, the first line is the year the income was earned.
Next is your adjusted gross income, which is the amount you owe based on your current taxable income.
Finally, you get your federal tax return, which lists your taxes paid for 2018.
You should receive an answer to each question and an estimated tax liability within two to five days, the researchers said.
Once you answer correctly, you can use the information you receive to adjust your tax bill.
However, you won’t get the full benefit of the program until you pay the first bill in 2019.
There are tax savings if you pay your taxes on time, which may be easier said than done if you have to work late to complete your taxes because of the holidays, the study said.
In that case, the experts suggest you plan on filing your taxes at the same time you’re filing for unemployment or disability benefits.
The study, by the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center, said you’ll also be better off if you use a different tax filing method than the one your employer uses.
The IRS has made it easier for companies to use a tax return-prep tool, but the IRS says you should avoid using a tax preparation service unless it has been approved by the agency.
Finally, you’ll likely want to consider what your tax bracket will be in the future, according the study.
You may have to adjust if your income falls below certain thresholds, such as $45,000, $75,000 or $100,000.
But you’ll still be able to take advantage of the tax savings that the program provides.