The holidays are here! This is a time of the year when we experience much mental pleasure.
For the many, the Christmas trees have been completed, the interior and exterior lights are up, and the gifts are beginning to crowd your living room space. In short overall happiness is high amongst many of us. This is largely due to the fact that we get to enjoy time with our friends and family while others take a break from work.
Well, I most of those situations don't apply to me. My house lacks a Christmas tree, my family invites me to their parties but I tend to show up after my meditation sessions and after most of my family members have left. I also, have not decided whether putting up Christmas lights is actually a good economic decision. I cannot figure out how many UTILS I will obtain per each individual light that is on. So I'll leave it there. Finally, I've been consumed by a property that I've recently acquired which has made me work through much of the holiday season.
With all of that being said, within our month or so.. We will be receiving most of the required forms which are needed to complete and pay (April 15th) our onerous income tax to Uncle Sam.
To some, this is a time in which their finances become more stable because they receive large refunds from the overpayment of taxes or from credits. Often, they are able to either pay off heavy debts or they add to their savings accounts. Both which I see as a great thing in one's personal finances.
To others, this is a time that brings much stress and anxiety because they must begin to prepare for the filing of their complex tax return. Below are some link which will help you in gathering the documents needed to begin to prepare for this tedious process.
Jahaziel Rueda CHHC,CPT,CES AADP
-Expert in nutrition, basic anatomy and physiology.
-Owner/Trainer at Vita Nova Nutrition and Fitness