Great career advice

I read a great article in Fortune magazine this morning. (Notes to millennials: “read” is the older generation’s version of “viewed”; “magazine” is the beta version of a web post).  The online version is found here. The short version: (1) Prove you can learn (2) Your best investment is in yourself (3) Never stop learning …

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Penalties and Interest

IRS Penalties and interest – The Very Basics for Individual Taxpayers     Interest is the easiest. For the past several years, the interest rate has been 3%, per annum, compounded daily, for both underpayments and overpayments.   There are three types of penalties most taxpayers will see: Underpayment of estimated tax Failure to file …

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Bah, humbug

We all know the standard New Year’s Resolutions by now. Exercise more. Lose weight. Manage your debt. Save more money. There’s an app for all of these and a lot more. And most people make it all the way to February before effectively giving up on the resolutions. A personal trainer I know refuses to …

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