I remember every first day of work I’ve ever had. That feeling of nervousness and excitement. Knowing that I have a great opportunity in front of me and an opportunity to prove myself for future promotions and career growth. New passwords and logins. Meeting new people. And, oh yeah, paperwork.
Like it or not, tax time is upon us as taxes are due a little more than a month from now. Many dream of getting that large income tax refund and going out to blow it on something nice they’d not normally be able to afford, but there generally isn’t much wisdom behind that. I’m assuming that …
It’s that dreaded time of the year, tax time. Only a select few individuals actually like doing their taxes because of the potential headache it can be. The tax code is thousands of pages long, so how can it be easy to fully understand what to do? Thankfully, there are a options that make it less of a nightmare for most of us to file our taxes.
While they are not in all the headlines anymore, the Occupy movement is still going strong around the country. From Occupy Wall Street in New York to Occupy Denver in my neighborhood, the movement has gained media attention and thousands of supporters, but what are they really doing and what are they all about?
It is no secret to Narrow Bridge readers that I am a fan of Warren Buffet. His investing strategies have helped him grow investments from family and friends in Omaha into the company with the seventh largest revenue in the United States. As the debate moves forward on dealing with United States debt, the second richest American has voiced strong opinions on how to fix the problem.