“There are many things worth living for, a few things worth dying for, and nothing worth killing for.” - Tom Robbins
My Professional Website
Since I gave this blog a facelift recently, I decided to do the same on my professional website. See for yourself at http://www.rogerbell.net. There is some similarity since I used the same photo in the header.
I see this question posted to a lot of Google Groups. Since I have not figured out how to answer a question on a group page (maybe I have to be a Google employee, who knows? No really, who knows?), I thought I would post the answer here.
When typing in the URL bar in Google Chrome, Chrome offers all sorts of suggestions. You want to prevent this from happening or at least remove some of the suggestions.
In Chrome, press Ctrl+H.to display your browsing history. Delete the items you want or delete all of them.On the Chrome Settings page, click Show advanced settings (at the bottom of the page).Uncheck Use a prediction service to help complete searches and URLs typed in the address bar if it is checked.Delete any bookmarks that you do not want to appear. (This is the part that many answers miss.)Close Chrome and restart it.Press Ctrl+Shift+N each time you start Chrome so that Chrome will not track your Internet history.If you use other computers when signed into Chrome with…
Georgia offers a variety of tax advantages to people 62 or 65 and older, which encourage retirees to live in Georgia. I've been researching this for several years since it is likely Georgia will be my state of residence during retirement.
This post does not include all of my research, but I am including some links at the end for those of you who would like to do more research. I recommend that you consult your financial or tax advisor before acting on any information here.
For the 2008 tax year, if you are 62 or older at any time during the tax year, you can exclude the following income (up to $35,000 for an individual or $70,000 for a couple) [GA 2008 income tax instructions]: Interest IncomeDividend IncomeAlimonyCapital GainsTaxable IRA DistributionsTaxable PensionsRental, Royalty, Partnership, and S Corp. IncomeUp to $4000 of Earned Income Georgia does not tax Social Security income, so it is not included in the $35,000 exclusion. By 2013, this exclusion for those 65 and older will…