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Planning a New Tax Deduction this Year (and Personal Finance Links)

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Last night I caught up with SVB of The Digerati Life and a few other people for dinner and a game of Settlers of Catan. There I took the opportunity to tell her, as one of my closest friends, the big news. The wife and I are expecting a little bundle of tax deduction later this year.

We are beginning the process of learning all the new things that new parents need to learn. Financially, we've got a lot to figure out as well. I'm looking forward to documenting the financial aspects of this journey.

And now for the personal finance links...

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11 Responses to “Planning a New Tax Deduction this Year (and Personal Finance Links)”

  1. Kosmo says:

    Tip: Make sure the kid is done pooping before changing the diaper.

    Also, become familiar with the meaning of the word “blowout” and be prepared to deal with them.

    Really, though, congrats. It’s not all about poop, sleepness nights, and tantrums. (That’s a pretty big chunk of it, though).

  2. SVB says:

    As I mentioned, CONGRATS! Now it’s up to people to wonder about this announcement and the day it was made. But I believe you. :)

  3. Steve says:


    If anyone tries to hand you a baby-related magazine, bat it to the ground!

  4. MJS says:

    Congrats! Great news, although your retirement at 40 model may be a little skewed now.

  5. Contrarian says:

    So much for “Lazy Man and Money”. You will soon become “Tired Man and No Money”. Congrats to you!!!

  6. Madison says:

    Congrats to both of you! Scott and I are excited for you. Wishing your wife a happy, healthy, and easy pregnancy!

  7. Evan says:

    Congrats to both of you!

  8. robyn says:

    best money saving tip: breast feeding. no formula expense, healthier baby, minimla number of bottles [for expressed milk, water, juice]
    2nd best money saving tip: baby food is a waste. wait til the babe is old enough to eat table food, mash it and voila!

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