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I’m assuming that you’ve never read a lick of tax code (at least not recreationally). I’m assuming that you are a good and decent human being and do not harbor such sadistic tendencies.
Correct me if I’m wrong.
Today I’m going to impart a little painless knowledge on ya regarding the subject.
Hopefully, it’ll make you feel a little smarter, a little less intimidated, and a little bit like me in that you want to yell at the television box whenever a newscaster uses “tax credit” and “tax deduction” interchangeably.
Instead of looking ahead to each new month with clinging hopes that nothing goes wrong, look ahead with the expectation that those somethings will be coming by to visit. Be prepared to welcome them at the door with tea and biscuits. It’s much less stressful when you know they’ll be coming.
Is going cheap always right? No.
Does more expensive always mean more reliable? No.
The correct choice is based on a little figure called cost per unit.
I will concede that I am not the only, nor the most knowledgeable saver/personal-finance-lover on the block. But if I know anything, I know a useful website when I see/use one. Check out these neato sites for some creative savings.
Pride is what tells us to hide our mistakes and to be ashamed when our financial efforts fall short or when we fail to make an effort at all. Pride can make us hold ourselves to a higher standard than we hold everyone else. Pride can be a humongous downer, demotivator and can even make the situation worse.