Posted on | November 29, 2012 | 2 Comments
Welcome to the November 29, 2012 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. In this edition we start with two articles from Bill Smith, a look at Eco Products That Are Tax Deductible and an article all about the Buffett Rule. Then there’s a post on the Fiscal Cliff and whether large corporations are immune by John Schmoll. Finally David de Souza examines Where Your Taxes Go. Hope you enjoy the material, bookmark, share, like on Facebook, tweet and follow the next edition of the carnival.
Shelby Martin presents 5 Reasons to Give Your Nanny a Year-End Review posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, “Annual nanny reviews do more than give nanny employers an opportunity to give their nanny a raise; they provide a much needed opportunity to evaluate the health of the working relationship.”
Morris presents How It Is Possible To Obtain A Mortgage Loan With Bad Credit posted at Fast Bad Credit Loan Blog, saying, “A bad credit mortgage loan is acquirable for those people who may have less income and have adverse scores and allows them to get loans sooner and more quickly. It is however important for the applier to know that there is a price to pay in order to get a bad credit home loan.”
Morris presents Things You Need To Apply For A Bad Credit Business Loan posted at Fast Bad Credit Loan Blog, saying, “When masses begin to think about bad credit business loans, chances are that they have had a difficulty repaying their former loans or debts within the right time. This is a ordinary thing majorly with start ups. Having negative history for debts does not imply irresponsibility.”
Bill Smith presents Eco Products That Are Tax Deductible posted at 2010Taxes, saying, “There are plenty of things that can help you save money if you go green. In 2011 you could write off home energy efficiency improvements.”
Bill Smith presents Learn About The Buffett Rule posted at 2011 Taxes, saying, “Dr. Cornwall wants everyone to know that there will never be a tax increase on the extremely wealthy population (The Buffett Rule) that will put the tiniest dent in the tax shortfall of the United States.”
John Schmoll presents Are Large Companies Immune to the Fiscal Cliff? posted at Frugal Rules, saying, “Unless you’re living under a rock you’ve heard of the Fiscal Cliff. We all know how it could possibly affect individuals, but how would it affect companies? Many companies will have to make decisions about what they’re going to do with their cash after the Fiscal Cliff meets its outcome.”
David de Souza presents Where Does Your Tax Go? posted at TaxFix Feed Update, saying, “If you have ever wondered where you tax goes this post highlights how your taxable income is spent by the government.”
James Powell presents What The Child Benefit Changes Mean To You posted at Tax Credits, saying, “Child Benefit is changing. This blog posts highlights what the Child Benefit Changes Mean To You.”
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