If I had $1 for every person that I talked to that was unhappy at their job I would be a millionaire (ok maybe a thousandaire) but nevertheless we go in day after day usually living paycheck to paycheck. Recently, I quit my job. It was abrupt and no, I didn't have another job to go to. I just wanted a better quality of life for me and my boys.
I just came back from traveling Monday. I hope you all did not miss me too much! I decided to take a trip to DC. Visiting the many museums has been on my bucket list since high school. I am a true nerd! So, for this birthday, I decided to go ahead and cross it off! But, booking this trip and being able to reflect by myself, brought out some good financial prospectives. Enough with the backstory, let's begin!
I have been filing my own taxes since I got my first job at the age 16. It blows my mind when friends and family members tell me how they pay an arm and a leg to get their taxes done. Most people can file their taxes completely free thanks to the federal government! Did you know that 70% of all tax payers are eligible for their free file program? Click on the link below to learn more.
During this time of year, Americans usually fall into one of two camps. Either they are excited because they are expecting a big tax refund or sad because they know they will end up going. No matter what camp you fall into, I want to explain why neither scenario is ideal and some tips to keep in mind before next tax season.
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