DIY Valentines Gift

If you are looking to forego the traditional flowers and chocolate gift this Valentines Day for something a tad bit more unique, might I suggest creating your own? No, I’m not talking about a rudimentary drawing with Cheerios or a macaroni necklace… I’m talking about a genuinely nice Valentine’s Day gift that you made yourself.

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Scientists estimate that the human body contains anywhere from 75 to 100 trillion cells. But during this time of year, your body might also be infiltrated by germs that can make you feel as if you’ve been hit by a semi-truck. Logically, we know we need lots of rest in order to recover from a cold or the flu, but some people feel too tempted by the work that awaits them to take it easy. If you’re thinking about going into the office when you’re under the weather, you might want to reconsider — unless you enjoy being hounded by your fellow employees. As the Wall Street Journal reports, workers across the nation are fed up with their peers who insist on working while ill. So much so, in fact, that they’re resorting to sick-shaming their coworkers who refuse to stay home.

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test websites for money

Every once in a while we find that we could use a little extra cash. Maybe we’re saving up for a nice trip to the Maldives; maybe we’d like to upgrade our car a little faster than our current budget allows or perhaps you just want a little extra spending money so you can go out with the girls. Whatever the occasion, a little extra money never hurt anyone. In lieu of that, here are the best places you can test websites for money.

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In the three years the hit MTV show The Jersey Shore ran, it garnered millions of fans; the season four premiere alone saw over 8.78 million viewers as Snooki, JWoww, Pauly D, and ‘The Situation’ entertained the entire country. Now, it seems, ‘The Situation’ is in a situation himself: after pleading guilty to tax evasion in January 2018, the 37-year-old reality TV star is headed to prison.

Mike Sorrentino is the man behind the nickname. One year ago, Sorrentino admitted in a federal court in Newark that he did not pay the full amount of taxes he owed for 2011. According to an indictment, Sorrentino and his older brother, Marc, made approximately $8.9 million from 2010 to 2012; the money came from club and TV appearances, as well as endorsement deals and products they sold off of Mike’s newfound fame. In fact, he went beyond underreporting: he made multiple deposits of $10,000 in order to evade detection by the IRS.

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It’s no secret that millions of Americans continue to struggle to pay off outstanding medical debt. Americans fail to pay $458 billion a year in taxes, and while individual audits may be rare, it’s important to do all you can to file your taxes efficiently and make the proper deductions when possible. Here’s a quick and easy guide to help you properly claim medical expenses when filing your 2018 taxes this season.

What are the deduction values for medical expenses?

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Appearances matter, especially during job interviews. The moment you walk in, hiring managers begin the appraisal process. Though you should be hired based on qualifications, hiring managers will also evaluate your body language, outfit, and overall appearance to “feel you out,” testing your character to see if you’ll be a good fit for the company.

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money mistakes to avoid

We all make money mistakes, that’s simply a fact. But those money mistake we make are a great opportunity for us to learn and grow, and next time do better. So if you’re looking to step up your financial game this year, then here are five money mistakes you’ll want to avoid!

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Buying a car, whether it’s your first or fifth, is always a big investment. This is why it’s important to plan and save instead of jumping right into buying a new car. Fortunately, a PwC forecast shows that there will about 107 million vehicles manufactured globally in 2020, so you’ll have plenty of vehicle options. But before you start looking at vehicles, it’s important to ensure you save up enough money. And to help you save for a new vehicle, we’ve compiled a few simple tips.

First and foremost, it’s important to decide on how much you’re looking to spend on a car. This will help determine how much you need to save. When you have this number, you can figure out how soon you want to save up the money and how much you need to save monthly. Breaking down the expense into smaller amounts makes it seem easier and more attainable. And if money is pretty tight, don’t be afraid to look into used cars. With the average vehicle having three owners throughout its life, there are plenty of used cars that will be more affordable.

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