Category: taxes


$9 Billion Of Your Tax Dollars Is Spent Dealing With Marijuana Laws Each Year.

I am the kind of person that understands that the government spends my tax dollars on a lot of things that I do not agree with. It comes along with being a citizen in this country in that everyone has some percentage of their tax dollars spent on things they think are stupid. I also […]


Money Quote Friday – My Eyes Are Bleeding Edition

Between my workload this week and running my two sites, my eyes are really starting to hurt. Honey, is that you? With tax time coming up, I thought this quote was especially relative to this time of year: Intaxication: Euphoria at getting a refund from the IRS, which lasts until you realize it was your […]


Video on what is new with Google Finance

I love Google finance, can I just tell you that? And I love it even more now that they have updated it with all sorts of new features. Google has been kind enough to post a kooky little video about the new features they have. If you don’t have the time to watch this video, […]


Free Financial Planning Kit from the Government.

Even the government wants you to plan out your finances (to be sure you pay your taxes, no doubt) and are offering up a free financial planning kit via download. From the site: “Imagine putting aside extra money each month. Don’t think it’s feasible? Look no further than the coins rattling around in your pocket. […]


Guide to giving cash gifts during your life, the do’s and don’ts.

I am sure that most people know that you are allowed to give a certain amount of money to beneficiaries tax free. But what some people might not know is what the limits are and what the lifetime limit is, and what the tax implications are for different scenarios. Annually, you can give $12,000 per […]

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