What can you do with your income taxes that can change the rest of your life? I wonder, anyone out there have any good ideas for those that dont quite know how to spend or grow money. Please help us?
A number of years ago I was in that type of blissful situation. I was getting something like 5,000-6,000 back from my taxes and actually didn't have anything to do with the money. So, I decided to put it in a CD until I did need it. It worked out ok, I did pull some out a few times and paid a penalty, but then when the time was right I was able to become a homeowner of a used mobile home for $2,000 cash.
Of course, if you are already a homeowner, this wont help much.
Thank you for your reply! That is definately a success story. You made the most of what you had. Very good. Hopefully someone will take notice of what you did with your little and make the most of what they have.
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