Posts Tagged ‘family’

Travel the World from Your Doorstep

Traveling is a real pain in the tail. Even people who love traveling don’t like the moving part. Planes, trains and automobiles are a necessary part of traveling. Without transportation you can’t get from here to there. People claiming to enjoy travel really are saying they like to experience other places and new people. Not…

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2017 Tax Bill Review, Part 1

I have some good news and some bad news. The good news is a certain unnamed accountant will do rather well over the next several years with the new tax code. The bad news is you will not. The current tax bill on the verge of becoming law will make an experienced tax professional more…

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A Lifetime of Thanks

It’s easy to forget to feel grateful for all the awesomeness in our lives. We get lulled into a false sense of superiority in our abilities when the blessings flow unfettered. Only when the boom is lowered do we begin to look around and notice how lucky we have been. It’s the Thanksgiving holiday here…

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Reading Vacation

Remember awhile back when I said I was taking November off? It’s not going well. My first day back from a conference and people were lined up for my attention. And, of course, everything’s a crisis. Do people think I’m a machine without a need for rest? My intentions were never to completely bow out…

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The Happiest Place on Earth

The Gallup World Poll publishes a report on their findings involving the happiest people on Earth every year. This year National Geographic magazine has an article in their November issue discussing the results, written by Dan Buettner, author of Blue Zones of Happiness. Certain nations top the list every year. Costa Rica, Denmark and Singapore…

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Tradelines, Part 2: Helping the People You Care About

Recently I discussed selling tradelines as a way to generate extra income. If you are unfamiliar with tradelines, read my prior article first. Today I want to expand on the idea of using your tradelines to improve the financial position of the people you care about. Selling tradelines is an easy way to earn money,…

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10 Things My Dad Says . . .

Hey, everyone! My dad took off for a conference I think he said is called FinCon. That would make me a junior accountant, or, as “dad says”, a junette, since I’m a girl. As luck would have it my dad left his computer on (as if a password would stop me). I’m pretty good at…

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