Thank goodness April is over. April was a painful month over here. The tax man needed his money. There are days I LOVE being a blogger, but the month of April always comes around. Even having my tax man go through every expense with me I still had to pay him over $200 and Uncle Sam himself $147. How did you make out this year? Did you get a refund or did you have to pay? It seems like this year more and more people are having to pay. I’ve even though of paying quarterly taxes to help ease the pain a bit. This year I’m actually using a different method to keep up with everything. Month by month I’m printing out my earning, expenses, and write offs. That way at the end of the year I can combine them in 1 instead of having to think back and come up with everything all at once. Do you have any tips on keeping up with all of the pesky paperwork involved in Taxes?
A friend of mine even had to use something similar to paydayloansresource.org When Brian and I were first starting out we used payday loans here and there, but luckily we haven’t had to in years. There are Pros and Cons to them of course. As long as you are able to immediately pay them off I see no harm. Just don’t get stuck in keeping it and only paying the minimum. So think before you go for a payday loan. Let me know if you have any other tips.