Monthly Archives: February 2013

Taxes and the Value of Your Time

Tweet I have written in the past about the value of fully utilizing all deductions when it comes to income tax preparation.  The IRS will certainly come after you if you don’t report all income, but the IRS will not hunt you down to let you know you missed a deduction.   It’s your responsibility to put forth the time and effort, but … Continue reading

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Lessons from Lefty

Tweet This past weekend marked Phil Mickelson’s (AKA Lefty) 41st PGA tour victory. He confidently won the Phoenix Open by four strokes over Nashville native Brandt Snedeker.  Interestingly enough, Phil had not played well leading up to this event, but Phil’s poor play was not the only topic the media was discussing prior to last week’s victory. A couple weeks ago, Phil … Continue reading

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