The IRS is very clear about which Refund Inquiry Unit office to send the payments, more information here: https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/economic-impact-payment-information-center#more
Excellent points, thank you!
Yes, for sure! But some states require a will to be notarized before it is valid. That’s what I meant by “if you need a notary public to validate your will.”
I see what you did bear.
Yep, that’s a good point.
There’s not a huge amount to say! I worked as an executive assistant from 2008-2012, during which I also picked up a bunch of gigs as a part-time musician. Then I tried to be a full-time musician for a year, and that didn’t work out (I ended up in $14,000 worth of credit card debt) so I began freelance writing to see… Read more
Excellent info, thank you!
You probably opened the 360 Performance Account, which offers 1.70. I need to switch mine.
It turns out that I didn’t have to set up an RSS feed for a BuzzFeed “funniest tweets” search; I was able to follow BuzzFeed’s LOL Feed, which was already set up for me. (In case you want to set up your own.)
I switched from PCs with floppy disk drives and CD burners and everything to Macbooks with... none of that. I guess I could have emailed them all to myself and figured out how to do the transfer into Google Sheets or Numbers.
I switched the recommendation to Baba Is You—which I currently own on Steam, so I know it’s available!
What! And here I was hoping to gift it to myself...
I used YNAB, but you should be able to get this kind of info from most personal finance apps. Some credit cards also track spending by category, so that could be another way to tally everything up.