How to Avoid Owing Back Taxes

Normal people don’t save money each month so they can pay their tax bill in April, right? I mean really, who does that? I sure don’t!

I’ve recently read that in 2009, a spokesperson for the U.S. Internal Revenue Service estimated that 8.2 million Americans owed over $83 billion in back taxes, penalties and interest (approximately $10,000 per person).

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How to Avoid Owing Back Taxes

 


 

7 Ways to Save Money When Buying a Car

1. Know your credit score
2. Don’t use the dealer financing
3. Check with your bank for current interest rates
4. Call your insurance company

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How to Avoid Owing Back Taxes

 


 

5 Tips for Improving Your
On-Line Grammar!

You may not have a college degree, but if you want to move up in the world, good verbal and written communication skills can help make it sound like you do. This is so easy if you know just five groups of words and how they’re supposed to be used.

I’m on social media a few hours a day and I see these types of errors all the time. The scary part is that I know some of the people making the mistakes are college educated and very successful. At least you’re in good company, right?

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On line grammar

 


 

Budgeting Short and Sweet!

Budgeting means to look at how much money you bring home each month and decide (by doing some simple math) how much you can spend on various things.  I strongly suggest you write this out in a notebook or on a spreadsheet each month.

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Budgeting Short and Sweet