Taxes and Modern Brides

April 20, 2012 — 2 Comments

You know what they say, there are two certainties in life… death and taxes.

Every year on April 15, millions of Americans fret and file on National Income Tax Day, and hope, with fingers crossed, that after the numbers are crunched and the paperwork is in, a nice refund is headed their way. And because Uncle Sam doesn’t wait for anyone, even brides in the midst of planning are forced to take a break from calling their wedding planners to chat with their financial planner.

This got us thinking… what are brides (in the middle of forking out money on what is for many is the most expensive day of their lives — their wedding day) doing with their tax refund? Are they splurging on something for themselves, spending it on something practical, or taking it straight to the bank to save for a rainy day? The Knot.com recently talked to thousands of brides across America, and here’s what they found out about how they are using their tax refund and what it says about them. If you are a bride, leave a comment and let us know what you are doing with your tax refund!

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2 responses to Taxes and Modern Brides

  1. 

    Definitely agree with what you stated. Your explanation was certainly the easiest to understand. I tell you, I usually get irked when folks discuss issues that they plainly do not know about. You managed to hit the nail right on the head and explained out everything without complication. Maybe, people can take a signal. Will likely be back to get more.

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