I went to One Spark looking for inspiration on Friday. I saw a lot of interesting projects, like the grocery courier or the event planning app.
But it wasn’t until Saturday that I came across something that inspired me. Took a while to find and got to see some interesting things before finding it like this
There are people with the goal of reviving the film industry in this city of which I’m currently a resident. At the end of the trailer for the film (which was completely made locally using local actors & looks really good by the way) I noticed the music the director/producer used was by Lenny Kravitz. With my recent commitment to having less of a filter and being my authentic self I blurted out, “We have plenty of local artists. Why not use one of them?”
This led to a conversation that ended in them encouraging me to pursue my long deferred dream of singing and songwriting. We’ll see…
So there will probably be no weekly beauty tip since I’m out exploring One Spark this weekend among other things.
But it is April and the tax man cometh, so here’s a article to help make it a little easier next year.
By [http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Lisa_A_Mason]Lisa A Mason
Don’t wait until the last minute to try to get all of your tax information in order, prep for tax time all year long with some basic organizational strategies. This can be one of the smartest and most important things you ever do. Tax time does not have to be stressful and when you plan ahead throughout the entire year instead of waiting till the last minute, it can make all the difference.
One way that you can do this is by creating folders that allow you to store and organized important tax documents all year long. You can easily make folders for all of your important tax information throughout the year. For example you may have one folder for medical expenses, one for home maintenance, mileage, and additional income. Receipts and documentation for all of these expenditures and incomes should be placed in the folders as they arrive. By keeping up with your basic paperwork throughout the year you can easily be ready for tax time without any hassle or searching for documents.
Tax time doesn’t have to be stressful and is only made so by being disorganized throughout the year. If you are a homeowner then you are aware that any expenses and income related to your home will be applied at tax time, therefore you don’t just scatter home repair receipts all over the place. You keep them together and are ready when the time comes. Small business owners and self employed individuals have to track their income throughout the year and often pay quarterly taxes and income tax. Good record keeping is a must to avoid paying in too much or too little. This will be a very smart move and once you get a routine down, it will be easy to maintain it year after year.
If you usually have to pay in something at tax time set up a savings account to add to through the year to keep from having to come up with a large amount all at once at tax time. Being prepared for tax time is not difficult or even “taxing” it’s just a matter of being organized, having a place for everything and everything in its place. By making simple changes to your organization and filing throughout the year you can not only be prepared for tax time, but may also come to dread it a little less.
It’s just that easy!
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