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Q is for Queen Anne's Bounty

Queen Anne’s Bounty was a fund established in 1704 by Queen Anne to reinstate tithes that had been appropriated by Henry VIII. The money collected was usually given to the less well off clergy, to supplement their stipend. 79 more words

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Happy April 15.

Well, it is the Tax Preparer’s annual celebration – April 15.

There are 3 things to remember:

1. The IRS can’t eat you.

2.  They can’t take away your birthday. 64 more words

IRS And Audits

Record Keeping for Taxes

Stand therefore, having girded your waist with truth, having put on the breastplate of righteousness – Ephesians 6:14

Telling the truth may be complicated by failure to remember what the truth is. 976 more words

5 Must-Do Tenant Screening

Tenant screening. Fundamentally necessary, but often overlooked. After two years of great tenancy, my client’s dwelling located at the Tuscany Townhomes in the West Kendall, is becoming vacant. 386 more words

Advice

52 Ancestors #8: Franklin Lyman Olds, postmaster, father, general store runner, husband, legislator, piano owner

Franklin Lyman Olds was born on 16 February 1810, the first child of Gideon and Elizabeth “Betsey” (Lyman) Olds of Jericho, Chittendon County, Vermont. His parents were both children of families who had moved up New England to colonial western Vermont. 1,585 more words

Genealogy

The Fun Stuff About Taxes

It’s Tax Season! Yay! Ok, maybe not Yay- worthy but its still tax season.Every April 15th, you’re expected to submit your federal and state tax records from the previous year. 186 more words

Organizing