Six Steps to Win/Win Budgeting

We all look forward to paying our taxes, right? It’s always nice to know that our hard-earned dollars are going to be used responsibly. For example, a YouTube video to instruct us how to properly handle watermelons would be a good use of tax dollars, or a government-funded maple syrup recipe contest. How about writing out a check to pay for radio ads promoting New Jersey blueberries? Do you mind if the fed uses your money to fund junkets for Chinese wine connoisseurs? All of the above were actual expenses in the past few months by federal offices. If this is fine with you, then you also will be happy to know that the Washington Post recently reported the following purchases…

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