Archive for July 24, 2013
Every minute, Americans are issued up to 65 traffic tickets. That means a lot of people are driving recklessly, and there are a lot of accidents just waiting to happen.
So what can you do to keep you and your family safe?
1. Expect Congestion
It takes one third of a shot glass or just one half ounce of gas to make a car run. That means it does not take much to get cars going, and there are a lot of people out there.
Be prepared to drive in heavy traffic and always be on the defensive.
2. Minimize Distractions
Radios for installation and use in vehicles were invented in 1929, decades after cars themselves. Maybe we should take a hint.
Keep music low enough to concentrate on the road. Do not eat, text, or make phone calls while driving.
3. Know the Danger Zones
Where do the most accidents
Many people would likely agree that there are few activities in life that are as stressful and frustrating as moving. All of the organization that is required as far as gathering up your belongings, deciding what gets kept, what you can part with, should it be donated to a second hand store or should you have a garage sale, and the list goes on and on. Then it comes to managing your time, which can be an even more difficult and frustrating aspect of the moving process. Having to work around your job, or school, or any other obligations you might have often makes it incredibly hard to find a reasonable time frame to move everything from your old home to your new home.
And as if moving itself was not difficult enough already, moving to a place that is far away from your old home can sometimes double the d
Irs back taxes owed can be a very frightening experience. Especially because it is not made to be an easy task. The easiest form, the 1040EZ, has thirty three pages of instructions. The IRS sends out over 8 billion pages in forms and instructions every single year. Tax debt problems are unfortunately common, however that does mean there are options for you to follow through with. Do not just do nothing, as that will not solve your problems.
IRS problem help can be first found in the form of hiring someone to give you some help. Since one of the more common procedures includes filing for a levy, it might be good to have someone intervene on your behalf. What that means is that the IRS can levy u