Stuck with too much Halloween candy? Consider this list of ways to empty your bag… and don’t forget to consider the tax consequences!
Tennis superstar Caroline Wozniacki walked away from her $1.45 million paycheck (by accident!) after placing at the U.S. Open. If you walked away from your paycheck, could you skip paying the tax on it?
Does Marion Barry want to tax your yogurt? Er, maybe it’s your yoga.
Does this face look scary to you? That caption caught my attention, as did the picture of the adorable little girl with the purple bow in her hair. Her face was scarred and her right eye was covered with a bandage, but she was attempting a smile. The picture of the little girl, Victoria Wilcher, was making the rounds on the internet along with an unbelievable story. The little girl’s grandmother, Kelly Mullins, posted the picture on Facebook after she claimed that an employee at a Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise asked the pair to leave because Victoria’s injuries were scaring …
Over the past few days, like many of you, I’ve been glued to the NFL draft board (Forbes’ Darren Heitner had great coverage here). It was exciting to see who was picked first (Houston took Jadeveon Clowney); who bit on Johnny Manziel (sorry, Cleveland) and where Michael Sam, the first openly gay player to be drafted in league history would go (St. Louis took him 249th). Interest in the draft has been, as ESPN commentator Mel Kiper, Jr., explained, “through the roof” which is great for the NFL. But wouldn’t it be cool if we had the same level of …
It’s April Fool’s Day!
his week, we’re celebrating the birthday of Dr. Seuss. Here’s my tax ode to Dr. Seuss. Enjoy!
Want to win a billion dollars? Here’s your chance.
It’s the Super Bowl. You’re watching for the football, right? Over a quarter of those tuned in do so to watch the commercials. That’s good news for advertisers – and lucky for them, they can take a tax deduction for the expense. But you don’t have to be a Super Bowl advertiser to claim promotional and advertising expenses.
Tax season opens in eight days. What better way to celebrate than with a little tax haiku?