1. The Weather is on Your Side
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Think about the weather in January and February. It's cold and miserable in a lot of the country. You may even be snowed in. What better time to hunker down and get to work on your taxes? Will you really feel more like staying inside to work on your tax forms in early April, when spring is springing? We're guessing the answer is "no."