Posted on | November 13, 2012 | 2 Comments
Welcome to the November 13, 2012 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. In this edition we some really good articles including one from Bill Smith who looks at Saving Money and Time On Taxes this coming tax season. John Schmoll examines the Fiscal Cliff and whether we Should We Really be Concerned. Have you ever wondered if the S&P has a Seasonal Pattern? Alex Peters has an article covering the topic. Finally, Dave Leonard wants you to reconsider Paying your Taxes With a Credit Card. Hope you come back soon, like us on Facebook, tweet this post, bookmark and share with y our friends.
Morris presents Bad Credit Personal Loans: Which Legitimate Companies Will Lend? | Fast Bad Credit Loan Blog posted at Fast Bad Credit Loan Blog, saying, “Bad credit is not something fresh and it has become bad with the worse economic times the country has suffered the past few years. Job losses, illnesses, accidents and other such things have act out a terrible toll on people’s monetary resource.”
Bill Smith presents Saving Money And Time On Taxes posted at 2010 Tax, saying, “If you are looking for 2010 tax filing with turbo tax, it is very likely that you have experienced some trouble getting your taxes submitted in the past.”
John Schmoll presents Should We Really be Concerned About the Fiscal Cliff? – Frugal Rules posted at Frugal Rules, saying, “There has been a lot in the news lately about the Fiscal Cliff. But, many don’t know what it is all about. Take the time to inform yourself for the potential rollback of tax cuts so you’re not surprised by a big tax bill.”
Alex Peters presents Does the S&P Has a Seasonal Pattern? posted at TradingAcademy.com, saying, “Is there a seasonal cycle in the stock market and should you invest on those patterns?”
Dave Leonard presents Are You Sure You Want to Pay Taxes With a Credit Card? posted at Credit Card Chaser, saying, “Do you love getting rewards points by using your credit card? Have you ever wondered if you could pay your taxes using a credit card? This post talks about whether or not you are able to pay your taxes using a credit card and some of the hidden facts you need to know if you choose to pay this way.”
[email protected] presents How to Save on Tax? Tax-Advantaged Savings Vehicles posted at NerdWallet, saying, “Get expert opinions on popular tax-advantaged retirement savings vehicles and factors to consider.”
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