The IRS Produces Videos for the Deaf in American Sign Language (ASL) to help them Understand Recent Tax Changes

The IRS Produces Videos for the Deaf in American Sign Language (ASL) to help them Understand Recent Tax Changes

When I discussed the best cell phone service for deaf or hard of hearing people I mentioned that my brother was deaf (yes, I know Sign Language).  So, whenever I hear something about deaf life or culture I have more than a general interest.  So, thanks to Kay Bell of Don’t Mess with Taxes for

Should you Dream about Winning the Lottery?

Should you Dream about Winning the Lottery?

Forget your personal/religious feelings when it comes to gambling, or even your view of state sponsored gambling (i.e. the lottery) when it comes to a public policy or as it relates to taxes, it is fun and cheap to play for the slight chance of a win a ton of cold cash. We all know

Is your Hand Written Will Unenforceable? Does your State Recognize Holographic Wills?

Is your Hand Written Will Unenforceable? Does your State Recognize Holographic Wills?

In the past I have discussed Who Needs a Will? hint: Everyone and have provided 10 Reasons why YOU need a Will As Soon as Possible but something occurred to me, not everyone knows the requirements to create a valid Will in their state. I was discussing the possibility of drafting a Will for someone,

My Journey to Millions Around the Web

For the first time in a long time, I participated in a bunch of different Carnivals.  I am glad I did, because it forces me to read additional blogs beyond the 20 or so I take a look out daily: My Blog’s First Birthday post was featured at the August 10th Edition of the Carnival