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For most taxpayers, the immediate focus in the new year is probably getting 2018 materials together ahead of the April rush. But it also makes sense to start preparing now for the 2019 tax year. These tips can help individuals and small-business owners lower their tax burden next year, avoid audits, and feel a little better about the whole process. The tax law signed in 2017 may also make this a good year to seek help from a professional when making tax decisions.