When will the next tax bill be ready?
If you’re looking for a way to keep tabs on your tax bill, then you need to make sure that you’re not missing out on a significant tax benefit that you may have missed out on earlier.
Tinder’s date for its tax-free partner bonus was delayed, but it now seems likely to arrive at some point during the end of March, after all.
Tinders, the app-based dating app for men, has a partnership bonus in 2019 that gives you the chance to take a portion of your match’s earnings for tax purposes.
It sounds like a small amount of money, but according to the company, it will be a big incentive for women to take the app on.
The partnership bonus will be included in the 2018 tax return and be a benefit that’s not tied to your paychecks.
Tinted glass and gold trim are popular options for dating, and many couples opt for the option over a more traditional ring or bracelet.
It also gives you more flexibility with how you allocate your tax dollars.
The company says that women who take the partnership bonus and keep it will see an average of $1,878 in tax savings compared to those who don’t.
Timmermans has also been doing something that is probably not going to be as big a deal to you, but you should keep an eye out for when it does come into effect.
The holiday season has come to a close, and the tax season is on the horizon.
Tinder’s partnership bonus is scheduled to arrive sometime in March 2019, but the company says you should expect to see it when it is.
Tindernet has a couple of other benefits that are not tied directly to your income, such as a bonus for those who use the app to match partners with people in the same neighborhood.
The partnership bonus also comes with a cash back option that you can choose from if you have a qualifying purchase.
The cashback can earn you up to $5,000 a year.
The company also says that the partnership will be used to help offset the cost of paying for the benefits of Tinder and Tinder’s Partner Card.