Weekly Cache – 2010, April 18
With Taxes out of the way, my stress level had decreased substantially. I haven’t been this late with taxes for a long time!!!
It’s time to mow where I live, and so I took my mower out of the garage and pulled the cord… It started up the first try! I thought this is a great way to start the mowing season!!! Until the lower metal hand part broke again… So far the metal handles has broke 5 times. I’ve had the handle welded 3 of the 5 times. But now I decided to replace the entire piece. It only cost me $20.00 for a new part, much cheaper than buying a new mower all together.
My Favorite Top 4 PF Blogger Posts For The Week:
Eliminate the Muda: Combat The Closing Techniques – The Reverse Psychology Close – This is a great display of how salespeople use reverse psychology, but I thought it was cool because it showed that very intelligent people get duped too.
Canadian Finance Blog: 14 FREE Ways to Spend a Friday Night (FUN Included!) – Check out these clever ideas, while a most of them I knew about already, there was a few that I haven’t though of before.
Monevator: Video: John Maynard Keynes versus Friedrich von Hayek – This is a very cool video considering it’s focus is economics! The Investor does a great job summarizing the views of the 2 economists at his site!
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My Favorite Post from Money Reasons This Week:
Expenses That Are Like Neverending Lifetime Debt – I have a long way to go to get expenses like these under control!
Well, my income taxes were completed, and frugally at that. I used the Taxact software and it worked great, just like it has for the last 5 years that I’ve used it.
It was a pain though, I had way to many stock trades that I had to enter into the program manually. Since my brokerage company offers a free import option into TurboTax, I might break down and use that package next year…
I hope your tax preparation experience was smoother!