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Question: Will high unemployment, high taxes, regulations, and probable dollar devaluation cause the black market?
To be the market of the future?
I think Barney Frank is ahead of the game.
Answer: Yes it will and it already has begun in many cases! God Bless
Middle School Classes will Move to Third Floor
East Aurora Middle School students and teachers will soon be using the top floor of their Main Street building once again. Renovations to the third floor are among the last major portions of the school district’s capital facilities project to be completed. While work on the lower floors at the Parkdale Elementary campus and the High School campus were completed earlier, the firm LP Ciminelli ...
Global Warming: How Hot Air and Bad Science Will Give YOU Staggeringly Higher Taxes and Prices
Question: What type of bonds should I buy as a student who doesn't want to pay taxes for? Long term investment is a must?
I have $500 in my disposal, but I decided to save up early because of the downturn in the economy. I also don't want to pay taxes because I currently don't have a job. I really appreciate your help.
Answer: I think you might have some trouble understanding. As a young person you should be aggressive in your investments because you have plenty of time to recoup any of your losses. The fact that the market has tanked is even more of an opportunity for you to take advantage of.
However I won't deter you from your investment choice.
With $500 you won't be able to invest in corporate bonds which typically have an initial investment of $1000. The best you can do it invest in treasury bonds. Investing in these vehicles will allow you to be exempt from some taxes but not all.
Also, just so you know, when you're unemployed or have a very low income, there is no purpose for you to invest in tax free investments.
My Personal 2010 Predictions
In an effort to save a lot of pain and suffering for those people who don’t want to read an incredibly long blog post, I have a nice little summary table. The predictions run the gamut of my personal and professional interests, so they may not be 100% interesting to all people. read more
Tax Guru - Part 3
Question: i am married and have 1 kid what will be the living cost in USA i am mechanical engineerwhat salary will i get
how much will i save after tax deduction?
THANKS KEVIN I AM AN MECHINICAL ENGINEER WITH M.TECH(Product Design and Manufacturing) IA M PLANNING TO SEARCH JOBS IN KANSAS,NEW YORK OR CAN U PLS TELL ME WHICH CITY IS BEST FOR ME OR ANY GOOD WEB SITE TO SEARCH FOR JOB THANKS IN ADVANCE
thanks crystal violet for ur answer can u please guide me on school fees per month as well
Answer: Minneapolis has a great economy, with lots of different industries. The cost of living is much, much lower than New York, LA or Chicago. But there is a lot more to do than in Kansas.
Minneapolis is in Minnesota, the "midwest" of the country, pretty much the center, top. It does get cold, but you get used to it. Plus Downtown has miles of enclosed skyway.
Check out Salary.com and try Minneapolis.
I am a Biology major w 2 years experience, I make about $30,000 a year, my Husband makes about $70,000 a year as a computer programmer. That puts us in the top 10 percent of income.
My husband's brother is going to come here, he doesn't have many job skills or education, we expect he will be able to make at least $20,000. Even "low" jobs like store clerk make a good wage here. Enough to live on.
An apartment in Minneapolis could range from $400 a month to $1000 a month. A house could cost as little as $900 a month.
Food if you eat at home is about $200-300 per person a month.
Many people own a car, Payments range from $150 to $500 a month.
Gasoline for the car adds another $120 a month. If you live downtown you can get a train pass for $80 a month, or a buss pass for most of the city for $50
Entertainment can be:
$0 parks and librarys
$7 per person for a movie
$50-100 per person to see a concert
Our taxes are about 20% of our salary
You should be able to get medical insurance through your job, for a 1 person it might be $50 a month, for a family it could be up to $300.
2009: Year In Review
Happy New Year! With 2009 at an end, the Crawford County Avalanche presents its annual Year In Review. The Year In Review includes article summaries from stories featured in 2009 Crawford County Avalanche editions.
SHOCK! Police Used Water instead of Gas to Runn all Cars - To Save US tax payers Money!
Question: Tax Saving Investment. What are the best options today ?
for FY 2008-2009 Pls your suggestions are most welcomed.
Last year I invested in Tax Saving Mutual Funds.
Answer: before investing in mutual funds known how much risk u afford. according to this take mutual fund
it is best way to investing money for long period.
Taxes Made Simple: Income Taxes Explained in 100 Pages or Less
Find all of the following, explained in plain-English with no legal jargon:The difference between deductions, exemptions, and creditsItemized deductions vs. the standard deductionSeveral money-saving deductions and credits and how to make sure you qualify for themHow to calculate your refundHow to know which tax forms to fill outState income taxesAlternative Minimum Tax (AMT)Capi...
Lower Your Taxes - Big Time! 2009-2010 Edition
"Almost every American can get a raise of $3,000-$15,000 or more annually courtesy of the United States Government." -David D'Arcangelo, author of Wealth Starts at Home "Will put thousands of dollars in your pocket every year and teach you, in clear simple steps, how to audit proof your records from the IRS forever." -Mark Victor Hansen, co-creator, #1 New York Times best-selling series Chicken So...
How to Start a Successful Home-Based Freelance Bookkeeping and Tax Preparation Business
This book is a genuine resource, packed with proven methods, and valuable interviews with real bookkeepers and accounting professionals. These ideas and techniques show you how to quickly build a flourishing full-time or part-time home-based bookkeeping or tax practice, and keep it running profitably. Some of the topics covered in this volume: How to get started and obtain all necessary business l...
Property taxes raised to soften cuts in Pasco County budget
COUNTY GOVERNMENT: The Commission wrestles with a smaller budget and having to raise taxes to save jobs.
How to Save on Federal Income Tax 2009, 2010.mov
Top stories for 2009
No descr No descr No descr As we enter 2010, we asked our reporters to select and rank what they considered their top news stories for 2009 in their respective coverage areas. Here are some of the results … City government 1. Weighing risks, rewards of revamp for council representation A citizens’ initiative to create a ward system in Sierra Vista has already gathered enough support to bring the ...
Jury finds Whitey Harrell not guilty for not filing taxes