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No day off for tax advice: March's first weekly tip round-up

Life. It just keeps keeping on (if we're lucky!).

For most of us, our day-to-day activities fall into a predictable routine. Sometimes, though, the daily route detours.

That's what happened yesterday, as the hubby had an unexpected day off. So I took time off, too, to enjoy the down time with him ... not, as he jokingly -- I'm pretty sure he was joking! -- said, to make sure he didn't have too much fun!

Ferris Bueller day off quoteClick image to watch a video of Ferris Bueller's sage advice about enjoying a day off.

And that meant that I didn't get around to posting last week's list of Daily Tax Tips.

So, better a day late than never, is the tax advice for March 2 through March 6:

  1. Determining your tax dependents (Monday, March 2, 2015)
  2. Child and dependent care credit (Tuesday, March 3, 2015)
  3. Hobby or business? (Wednesday, March 4, 2015)
  4. Simpler home office deduction (Thursday, March 5, 2015)
  5. Avoid these 10 common tax mistakes (Friday, March 6, 2015)

These five items kick off a new monthly collection, tracked on the ol' blog's March tax tips special page.

You can check out the page if you miss an individual tax tip when it's posted each week day in the upper right corner of the ol' blog's home page, or if you, too, find yourself deviating from your daily tasks and miss an end-of-week round-up.

And if you want even more tax info, there are the January and February tax tip pages.

As for me, my life is back on schedule this Saturday. I'm making my regular visit to my mother -- whom I could, as last Monday's tax tip notes, claim as a dependent if she'd let me cover some more of her expenses, but she's just too freakin' self-reliant even at age 80! -- and it's time for us to run some errands.


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