Category Archives: Taxes


Yesterday day was Tax Day. I owed money, but I’m not complaining. It means I’ve not been giving the government an interest free loan. In honor of the occasion, I thought I’d share an infographic from BillShrink. Don’t hold against them that they messed up on the date for the Constitution. The Declaration of Independence… Continue Reading

National Priorities

I find our national priorities interesting — and disturbing. Estimates say we will spend nearly $1 trillion over the course of 10 years (although if you believe the CBO, it will pay for itself by that time, and the net cost will be $0) on providing more people with access to affordable health care. This… Continue Reading

Tax Day and Tea Parties

I’ve been asked what I think about today’s Tea Parties. And how the “liberal” media isn’t covering them. First of all, the “liberal” media has been covering them. I’ve been seeing stories about them on CNN, MSNBC and in several newspapers for the past two weeks. The only reason you think the “liberal” media hasn’t… Continue Reading


You know that most of what I’ve been writing about this week is the bailout. So here is a rundown of nearly all of it. Because I’m shameless that way: Yielding Wealth looks at how the Treasury came up with the number $700 billion (it’s scary, I promise!), my issues with President Bush‘s Wednesday night… Continue Reading

Gonna Pay My Taxes. But Not Til Tomorrow.

I owe all sorts of taxes. It’s the joy of owning your own business. The good news is that last year I converted from a sole proprietorship to an LLC. This means that I don’t have to try to come up with $15,000 for taxes (and even saving all year round, that’s hard to do).… Continue Reading


Not too long ago, I took my info to the accountant to have him figure my taxes. The joy. Since I own my own business (I set up as an LLC last year), I, of course, get to pay taxes. I owe more than I thought I would. In the end, it doesn’t really bother… Continue Reading

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