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Tax Carnival #80: Tax Horror Stories

Tax filing time is full of tales of woe. But you don't have to add your tax troubles to the list.

Jacob at My Personal Finance Journey has combined the best and worst of tax season in Tax Carnival #80: Tax Horror Stories.

As host for this edition of the Tax Carnival, Jacob has interspersed the worst of taxes among the good advice from Carnival contributors.

Among my faves this edition:

If you read closely, you'll see that I took advantage of having someone else command the Tax Carnival midway this week and submitted one of my posts.

And I do recommend that you do read Tax Carnival #80 closely for lots of good info and tips as we head into the heart of the 2011 tax filing season.

1040 icon_square Thanks for reading. Thanks to all the contributors. And a very special thanks to Jacob and My Personal Finance Journey for guest hosting this edition.

We'll be back on Feb. 14 with another Tax Carnival, just in time for the IRS to begin processing tax returns that have been on hold while it updates its computer system.

Be a part of that Tax Carnival by submitting a tax post (and tax-only items please; check the guidelines for details) via the Blog Carnival page.

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Jacob @ My Personal Finance Journey

Thanks for letting me host this one Kay! I had a lot of fun and learned much as well!

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