You get taxed on your income, you get taxed when you spend it, you get taxed on your property, you get taxed when you visit other properties (hotel tax), and you get taxed when you die. Americans are subject to taxes in every form. What most people don’t realize is that the government taxes savings as well. [Read more…]
Welcome to week #3 of Financial Literacy Month!
Here’s another “your turn” post:
I’m not really sure why these are Marie Callender because as far as I know, they don’t do cinnamon rolls. If they did though, I imagine they would be just like these fluffy sweet goodness of rolls, except not homemade like these.
I mostly use this cinnamon roll recipe for big breakfasts because the recipe makes a LOT (about 24 large rolls). I’ve done it for visiting family, work breakfasts, and just my family with leftovers. You could half the recipe, but I never have. [Read more…]
Welcome to week #2 of Financial Literacy Month!
Whether you’re selling on Craigslist, Ebay, Etsy, in person, or through another medium being able to negotiate is key to getting your asking price. Here’s one simple tactic that I use that has helps me get asking price without blowing off the low ball offers. [Read more…]