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Driving my gas costs into the ground!

January 9, 2013 2 comments
Gas Costs
The IRS recently increased the business mileage reimbursement rate to 56.5 cents/mile.  A few months back, I showed that the marginal cost for driving my vehicle is more like 30.88 cents/mile.  Although this is cheaper than the IRS average, it’s still not great.
It got me thinking about my cost of driving, and how much I’m still spending on my car.  As you can see by my fuel costs over the past few years, I’ve made some progress but I’ve got a long way to go.
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Growing your skillset by volunteering!

October 26, 2012 Leave a comment

When I meet people who seem to know how to fix just about anything, I am always impressed by the depth and breadth of their knowledge.  If you don’t work as a handy man, how do you learn the ins and outs of construction and repair?  Back in college, I stumbled upon a way to learn new skills that you can use your whole life, for free!  It’s called volunteering and it changed my life.

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