Tax Carnival Ecstasy – December 6, 2011

Welcome to the December 6, 2011 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. In this edition we have a couple great stories including Beth Montgomery looking at Saving for Retirement and Kristine McKinley who expects Congress to Extend the Payroll Tax Holiday into 2012. Hope you enjoy all the articles, bookmark, share, tweet, like on Facebook and come back soon.

Ralph Ferro presents American Airlines Parent Company Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy posted at Bankruptcy Attorney NJ RSS Feed, saying, “Another day and another bankruptcy; this time financial troubles fly high as AMR Corporation (parent company to American Airlines) files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The move to file this type of bankruptcy will help the company restructure its debt. ”

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Tyler presents What is the crash tax? posted at Auto Insurance, saying, “I hope you find this article fitting for your readers! Your readers may not have heard of the crash tax! Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Look forward to seeing this on your next blog carnival! Have a great day! Tyler”

Beth Montgomery presents Saving for Retirement posted at Credit Cards for Fair Credit, saying, “When you’re just starting your career, it is hard to think about retirement because it feels so far away, but in reality, putting money away when you are young will help you save more in the long run.”


Jessica Bird presents How Much Tax Do You Pay On Gas? posted at, saying, “Do you think you spend a lot on gas? You should compare people in the UK pay. This blog post looks at the cost of gas in the UK and why it is so expensive.”

Amy Gardner presents Hidden Terms to Watch Out For in Payday Loan Contracts posted at Comments on: Disaster Strikes: 3 Real-Life Stories of People Crushed By Payday Loan Debt, saying, “In many contract agreements with payday lenders, not all of the terms and conditions of the loan are clearly stated.”

Kristine McKinley presents Congress Expected to Extend Payroll Tax Holiday into 2012 posted at Social Security Retirement Income, saying, “In 2010, Congress passed a payroll tax holiday which reduced the amount of Social Security tax paid by employees by 2%. This 2% payroll tax reduction was created to help boost the economy and was intended to be for 2011 only. However, since the economy has grown slower than expected in 2011, President Obama is calling for the tax cut to be extended into 2012.”


Al Peters presents How You Get A National Insurance Number posted at TaxFix Feed Update, saying, “If you need to claim benefits you will need to apply for a national insurance number. This articles explains how to apply for your NI number.”

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