Happy Thanksgiving!

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Holt Pros wishes you and your family a very Happy Thanksgiving!

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Keeping Holidays Within A Budget

thanksgiving-dinnerHolidays are all about spending time with family and friends. Hosting holiday events can ruin your budget, unless you carefully plan. For ideas on how to stay on track with your budget, read Dave Ramsey’s article,

“How to Be a Host Without Spending the Most”.

Enjoy your holidays, while being kind to your budget!

 

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Tax Deadline October 17, 2016

Tax Deadline

The tax filing deadline for individual income tax returns is October 17, 2016.

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Be Aware of IRS Scam Calls

Business Call UpsetDon’t be a victim to scam telephone calls impersonating the IRS to demand payment of taxes. The IRS is warning of recent calls targeting students and parents that demand payments of a non-existent tax called the “Federal Student Tax”.

Read details at article: IRS Warns of Back-to-School Scams; Encourages Students, Parents, Schools to Stay Alert

 

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The Real Numbers on the Budget Deficit

a look at the budget cartoonThe March projections on America’s Budget Deficit was projected to reach a 22 percent increase, but the latest projection shows it will be closer to a 35 percent increase or $590 billion.

Read the details of the article: Budget Deficit for FY 2016 Higher Than Originally Projected

 

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SAVINGS ALERT for Georgia!!!!

Buy gift cards at Kroger to use for school shopping this weekend (July 30, & 31st) to earn 4 times the fuel points while saving sales tax during the Sales Tax Holiday Back to School weekend in Georgia!!! SAVE, SAVE, SAVE!!!!!!

Back To School Sales Tax Holiday in Georgia

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Georgia Sales Tax Holiday for Back to School

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The Georgia Department of Revenue would like to remind all Georgians they will be able to purchase certain items tax-free during the upcoming “Back to School” sales tax holiday.

 

The sales tax holiday begins on Saturday, July 30, 2016 and runs through Sunday, July 31, 2016, and will allow shoppers in Georgia to purchase many work and school related goods, tax-free.

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For a full list of items, please visit: https://dor.georgia.gov/press-releases/2016-04-27/2016-sales-tax-holidays

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