Tuesday, April 15, 2008

In Honor of Tax Day

In honor of Tax Day today (April 15th) I thought I would throw out a simple question to you...

Is it better to earn an extra $10,000 or save $10,000?

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Happy Tax Day

6 Mel's World Friends Comments:

FireMom 9:22 AM  

Hard to say! Am I saving 10,000 off of the cost of a house? Then that's better. Am I earning 10,000 TAX FREE dollars? Well.. ;)

Either way, it would be something to be thankful for!

Knit-Wit 2:12 PM  

It depends on what you do with it. Are you investing the saved $10,000 in an agressive growth market which will help with a future retirement? Are you using the earned $10,000 to pay off debt or just spending it on extra toys?

Monkey Giggles 4:47 PM  

excellent ...timely post... should make one think.

Denise 7:44 PM  

Blessings to you dear one.

MamaGeek 10:00 PM  

I'd say earning, because then you're likely stashing some of that in an IRA or a 401 or something that will get MUCH better interest than a savings account, right? :)

Mel's World 6:42 PM  

Saving $10,000 by getting it back on your taxes is the whipped cream on top!

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