The phrase for the day is “criminally unappreciated.”
I appreciate the guest post, Vito Rivers
I graduated from Florida State University in December, and I am ready to start my career. College was fun, but I know it’s time to take responsibility and start working hard.It took me five years to finish my degree, and my parents are anxious to see me start work. I got a job offer in Jacksonville, so I am about to say goodbye to Tallahassee and move there in a few weeks. I think it’s the perfect place for me to be. I’ll get to stay in Florida, but not bee too close to my family in Orlando. I went down to Jacksonville last weekend and found a great apartment near the beach. Now all I have to do is pack my stuff and be on my way. I’m not looking forward to all of the work the move is going to take, but I’m sure it will go fine. I have already set up an appointment for the utility company to come out and set up my electricity, and I searched Direct TV Jacksonville to make sure that they can come out and set up service too.
What can you do if you live in, say, Arkansas, and you find yourself in need of some movers in Canada?
You turn to the Internet, of course, and do some research. That’s one of the great things about the Internet – if you’re not familiar with an area, it allows you to run a few searches, read a few authoritative sites and make informed decisions.
Researching can be fun, so I hope I’m not about to ruin an enjoyable evening for you by telling you where to look to find moving companies in Canada. Just click one of the links in this article and you’ll find all you’d ever want to know about Toronto movers, international movers and anything and everything having to do with moving companies in the Great White North.
Click away and remember to thank me later.
It’s tax season and the IRS does allow people to make a buck or two by becoming enrolled agents and assisting taxpayers in navigating the confusing maze of tax code regulations.
There’s a catch – those who become enrolled agents must meet certain educational standards. Also, they must maintain their certifications through enrolled agent continuing education.
Fortunately, there's one private provider up there that will help enrolled agents keep up with their continuing education hours as well as find out what’s new and required for all in need of EA continuing education.
Just click one of the aforementioned links and you’re on your way, pilgrim.