Playing it safe every time
Posted on Nov 5 2012 at 02:46:57 PM in Society
With every computer comes a certain amount of responsibility, depending on how you look at it, this technology can either be used for good or very bad things. With three kids of age in his household Adam was never really free from their demands and as you would expect, they wanted him to provide them with whatever they desired. Kids today are willing to spend hours on the Internet (if they are allowed) and it is our responsibility to make certain that their time is carefully monitored. Unfortunately as parents we forget that this is not a television set and the longer we leave them playing on this gateway, the greater the risk of them getting into some sort of trouble. Anyone that thinks that every interaction with someone is a safe one is sadly mistaken, the fact of the matter is that we should treat every encounter with the caution it deserves. There is no comparison to a television set and the information superhighway, so let’s not allow ourselves to be lulled into a false sense of security.
There is nothing that can be considered as straight and outright, in fact when it comes to taxes and finances there could be situations when the results are not what you would expect. Every year Alice would carefully store her paperwork for the preparation of her taxes and every year she would be disappointed by the amount of money she would get back. If for one minute we think that we have the tax tables and procedures in place, then we might need to head back to the drawing board, because no sooner do we get an understanding about how things work, the federal government goes and changes it and makes it a little more complicated. Even if we use one of the big name tax Preparers we might still not be getting back the refund we should. When we provide our documentation to the Preparer we assume that they have all the information they need to get us the maximum refund allowable, but in many instances, after a review by someone else we see that they missed a option and we could lose the chance of another powerful deduction.