It’s amusing most of our healthcare options start with the letter M. And appropriately so, because much of it is a convoluted mess!
It has been this way for at least as long as I’ve been alive, or at least since I was in preschool. That is when my adopted father died, leaving his wife a new single mother with two young children.
Dear Winter, you owe us a snow month! You are precious, and you are missed.
Our winter with almost no snow has been a field day for germs. Just in time for the new coronavirus.
The cold air and inside heat without snow’s moisture is a recipe for dry skin. Yuck!
Personally, I would not mind a little break from my day job. It’s the kind of job that I feel guilty for taking time off from, so enough snow to shut it down for a day or two would be nice.
By Dana Grubb
I pay to have my taxes done. Why? Because doing them makes me nervous. Some time ago, I missed a digit on an efiled return and was shocked to get a tax bill in the mail until I went back and discovered my error. And after I was separated, I was able to claim “Head of Household.” That was new to me, and I wanted professional guidance.
Like most people, I don’t like taxes. BHut there’s something about them I like less than doing them; a provision of the PATH Act. Passed in 2015, the act was meant to do several things, including preserving some tax cuts, and to help combat fraud.