Dec 29, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger
Most people are struggling to find ways to save money these days, and with tax season approaching rapidly it can be a challenge to figure out the best way to prepare and file all that paperwork in order to have a few dollars left over.
I am on probation, and in order to prove that I am working I need to pay taxes on work I've done off the books without getting my employer involved and risking losing my job. Help!
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