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http://www.getrichslowly.org/blog/2009/08/24/understanding-the-federal-budget/

This is a very interesting post with some really fantastic links. Check out the poster on the federal budget! I think it's amazing that such a resource is available. I want to order a bunch of them and send them to all the high school and college government/civics teachers I can find. And I want one on my wall. I've always wondered, if every one of us understood exactly where our tax dollars were going, what changes would we want to make?

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Apr. 12th, 2009 11:58 am
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I'M DONE WITH MY TAXES!!!

I heard Blue come out of his bedroom just as I was printing the checks to enclose with my returns. I'm so excited that he didn't wake up earlier.
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http://chartjunk.karmanaut.com/taxplans/

I like this chart because it at least attempts to proportionally represent the number of people affected by tax cuts in various brackets. Check out where the median income lines are!

Taxes

Apr. 15th, 2008 03:38 pm
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E-filed taxes this morning, and transferred my annual SEP-IRA contribution by phone just now. All done! :-)
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Tax paperwork sucks, but I love doing the 1099-MISC forms. They take FOREVER and I have to fill them out by hand because I no longer have a typewriter (who does?), but it's fun because I get to feel good about all the money I sent out to people over the year. It is such a kick running a business and feeling the mutual-benefit, win-win love. The most I paid an individual in 2005 was over $33,000. Not bad for a second income! I wish I could find someone in the Santa Cruz area to catch up that one hospital. It's so hard to find people with the right mix of skills, interests, and motivation to do the work.

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