Don’t forget to thank an American hero on November 11th. Whether you have plans to get involved with a military organization, visit a local veterans’ hospital or attend a parade, show respect and appreciation for the brave men and women who have protected our way of life.
I can’t believe that it’s time for Halloween again! I’m reminded every time I step into a retail store, get on my Facebook page, or drive by yards filled with carved pumpkins.
No, that’s not the latest lottery jackpot. Over 12 million taxpayers filed for an extension this year (according to the IRS).
“Welcome back!” These two words can really make a college student cringe. Back to dorm life, late night cramming, long financial aid lines, and the daunting challenge of getting your books from the campus library before they sell out.
Summer marks a time for change…whether it’s a new addition to your family, buying your dream home, or your decision to pursue a new career. With vacations behind us and everyone settling into “back to school” mode, the job search is back on.
Independence Day is by far one of my favorite holidays. There is nothing like the patriotic displays, firework shows, and ahhh…the smell of fresh food on the grill.
It’s fascinating how mothers juggle it all! Not only does she have time to be superwoman, but she is super talented. She can ask a million questions per minute, and she still does her own taxes…by hand.
As most of you know, Earth Day is April 22nd. Each year as Earth Day rolls around, I notice the sense of camaraderie that takes place within the community…every one pitching in to help create a cleaner planet.
Hi, my name is (enter your name here), and I have yet to file my taxes. Time is winding down, and the April 15 deadline for getting in those returns is right around the corner.
Hair loss. Weight gain. Sleep
deprivation. Reality is that tax season can do this to you, and to me…that
doesn’t sound too fascinating.