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19
Apr

Healthy Dessert

Written by RSS News Feed. Posted in Food and Drink

I’ve always loved to eat and drink sweet things, but I’ve learned that there are lots of food and drink options that aren’t so bad for you! Check out my healthy dessert blog to educate you on food and drink options that are healthy and taste excellent, and learn more information about food and drink choices that taste as good as they are for you!

19
Apr

Skiing Video

Written by RSS News Feed. Posted in Recreation and Sports

It may be spring, and the snow may be melting on your favorite slopes, but like it or not winter is only a few short months away. While you’re off the mountain, you can always watch a skiing video or two for some inspiration. Learn a few new tricks, check out some western or Alpine terrain, or train to race like the pros!

19
Apr

World Series Radio

Written by RSS News Feed. Posted in Recreation and Sports

From “The Giants win the pennant” to “Back back back back… and it’s outta here!” to “Go Cubs Go!”, baseball on the radio is as great a tradition as any other in America’s pastime, and the legends of World Series radio broadcasting, Hall of Famers like Vin Scully, Harry Caray and Bob Uecker. Relive some of baseball’s most dramatic moments through their World Series radio calls…

19
Apr

Rochester Magazine

Written by RSS News Feed. Posted in Rochester

Looking for the latest news, things to do, or hot takes from the Flour City? Living in Rochester may not be much like living in a place like New York City, but that does not mean that there is a dearth of nightlife, fine dining, or entertainment, either. Rochester Magazine is here to help you make the most of our snow-covered home.

19
Apr

Grocery Shopping Tips

Written by RSS News Feed. Posted in Food and Drink

It’s not as easy as it used to be. From the nearly infinite selection of new products to confusing labels like Organic, Natural and GMO that don’t always mean quite what you think they mean, your daily trip to the supermarket might be more complicated than you ever realized. Check out some of our grocery shopping tips to eat right on a budget!

19
Apr

Free Computer Tips

Written by RSS News Feed. Posted in Computers and Technology

Whether you’ve got some broken Windows, or a rotten Apple, Free Computer Tips is your site for computing advice, helpful tips, tutorials and interesting tech articles. Learn all about how to adapt to Windows 10, or how to work that new iGadget, or just read about the latest developments.

19
Apr

Proper Toothbrushing

Written by RSS News Feed. Posted in Dental

Remember what your mother told you – two minutes, twice a day, polishing every single one of them, really does do you a lot of good. While going to the dentist regularly, mouthwashing and flossing are all helpful too, proper toothbrushing is the key to dental health!

19
Apr

Quinn Direct Insurance

Written by RSS News Feed. Posted in Insurance

You can save with Quinn Direct Insurance! It’s important to know different insurance options, so that you pick the right one for you and your family. We are proud to provide you with valuable information that’ll help to educate you on insurance.

16
Apr

HELP! I GOT AN EXTRA TAX REFUND!

Written by RSS News Feed. Posted in Finance

So you haven’t even filed your taxes yet and you got a refund from the IRS. Free money, right? Not to mention the time you just saved gathering all the paperwork, going to your financial advisor or accountant, and filing your 1040.

Unfortunately, nothing with the IRS is ever that easy. It may be an actual government error (in which case you are liable for the money if and when the correction shows up), or you may have just become an unwitting participant in the latest tax scam. Read more…

16
Apr

What Was The Personal Exemption Anyway?

Written by RSS News Feed. Posted in Finance

One of the biggest changes in the 2017 tax bill is eliminating the personal exemption. But what exactly was it? And how might this affect you as you file your taxes this year?

The personal exemption originated, along with the modern income tax itself, in the 16th amendment to the US Constitution. It originally exempted the first $3000 of each earner’s income, somewhat above the average income at the time (and equivalent to about $65000 modern dollars). This was in keeping with the intent of the tax: to be a progressive tax, on the “excess” income of high earners. Read more