I’ve been running around all morning trying to my tax done. Beyond the typical tax duties of getting the paperwork together and writing the checks to Uncle Sam, I have to evaluate how much money I’m going to be able to deposit for my SEP-IRA and whether I’m going to be eligible for a Roth IRA. I got so distracted with everything that I forgot about your taxes. Some of you may be waiting to find out if you won in my TurboTax Give Away.
Since this is later than I hoped to announce, let’s get it out of the way, so we can enjoy our yummy link dessert. The winning commenters were:
Chris Parsons, Just Will, and Sam
It was a bit of a surprise as Nick and Jeff had a lot of ping pong balls with their great tax facts and their haiku. Sam hit the bare minimum with his quick comment. That’s the way the cookie crumbles sometimes.
Here are the links to keep you busy (as if taxes weren’t enough):
- Brip Blap gives 12 steps to a cleaner and more productive workspace.
- Digerati Life shares creative ways to fight debt: a debtor’s advice.
- Frugal Dad offers up unconventional (cheap) advertising ideas for a tough economy.
- Generation X Finance goes over how to find college textbooks for cheap or free.
- Million Dollar Journey discusses four money-induced attributes to be wary about.
- Money Smart Life presents travel insurance 101.
- My Dollar Plan talks about how to appeal the IRS garnish of my wages.
- The Sun’s Financial Diary blogs surround yourself with like-minded savers.
Top PF Posts:
- The Smarter Wallet writes earn money with no cash investment.
- Free Money Finance goes over multiple accounts: an essential wealth management tool.
- Graduated Learning asks how much would you spend on an engagement ring?
- One Frugal Girl on avoiding the impulse buy.
- Saving to Inve$t explains why most people will not be able to retire at age 62.
- 20s Money wonders war on savers: what do you do with cash earning nothing?
- Ginger Won’t Snap talks about managing my budget while unemployed.
- Simple Debt Free Finance poses the question: could you erase $70,000 in debt in 1 year?
- EFIPO presents top 10 ways to save.