Yesterday, I received a copy of H&R Block’s Tax Cut Deluxe + State on a “try-it-before-you-buy-it” basis. If I like it, I pay $29.95. I don’t normally buy the Deluxe version because I have never really needed it. The reason I am considering this deal is that is comes with the following: Continue reading Tax Cut
I will be hosting the second issue of the Carnival of Investing on Tuesday, December 27. So far, I have seven submissions. I NEED MORE! If you have a recent post that is investing-related email it (JLP – at – AllThingsFinancialBlog – dot – com) and I will be sure to include you. Here’s the format for submission:
1. Be sure to put “Carnival of Investing” in the subject line along with your blog’s name. That helps me to keep things straight. I get a ton of email so organization is important.
2. In the email, include the following information:
- Blog’s name
- Blog’s URL
- Author’s name
- Post Title
- Post URL
- Trackback URL (if you have one)
- Brief summary
That’s it. The deadline for submissions is Monday 5 PM Central time. Any submissions made after that time will be held for the following weeks carnival.
I heard this story in a sermon a long time ago. I read it around this time every year. I wanted to share it with you. I heard it is a true story but I’m not sure if it is or not. The point is still important. I hope you enjoy it.
This is a story about Miss Thompson, a school teacher, and her student, Teddy Stollard. Continue reading Making a Difference
I saw this article by Terri Cullen of the Wall Street Journal and thought I’d pass it along. She’s not a fan of the Medicare Drug Plan, the AMT, credit card fees, and the new bankruptcy bill.
One important decision that a lot of people face from time to time is rolling over their 401(k) when they leave a job. It’s not as hard as it might seem, but there are still things that must be done in order to make sure you have a successful rollover. Continue reading Doing a Proper Rollover