Saturday, October 20, 2012

Get the Perfect Ride for the Holidays

It seems time has flown by quickly this year as the holidays are officially upon us, starting with Halloween, followed by Thanksgiving, Christmas, and then New Years! You'll be traveling more and more, whether it is to go to the grocery shopping, going to school events, parties, Black Friday, etc. You're going have a busy schedule and having a reliable vehicle will save you time.

Wouldn't it be great to take your kids and/or their friends trick-or-treating in the 2013 Chrysler Town & Country Limited Van Passenger? It  has all the most advanced technology such as Tilt steering wheel; Air conditioning; Garage door transmitter; Front beverage holders; Speed control; Illuminated entry; Telescoping steering wheel; Rear beverage holders; Trunk/hatch auto-latch; Power windows; Passenger door bin; Power moonroof; 1-touch down; Driver vanity mirror; and much more. Your kids would enjoy the Radio data system; Wireless phone connectivity; DVD-Audio; AM/FM radio; MP3 decoder; Speakers: 9; CD player; Headphones; and the Entertainment system.

If you're planning on doing a lot of traveling for Thanksgiving and Christmas, you might want to think about investing in a 2013 Ram Cargo Van with 4 wheel disc breaks; ABS brakes; brake assist; duel front impact airbags; duel front side impact airbags; overhead airbags; knee airbags; occupant sensing airbags; and anti-whiplash front head restraints.

Now is the greatest time to look into a new vehicle for your family as the 2013 models are coming out. Lou Fusz O'Fallon Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep dealership in O'Fallon, Missouri carries the best cars, SVUs and trucks on the market today. They are your one-stop full service dealership with an experienced staff. It is their mission to make their customers happy around the Great St. Louis, St. Charles, MO, Madison, IL and St. Clair, IL.

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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Christmas Gift Ideas: Online Bath Shopping

Christmas is just around the corner. Normally, I would have most of my gift shopping done except for a few people who I never know what to buy for them. This is where gift sets of perfume and bath essentials comes in handy, but as soon as the sets are put out in the stores, they are gone, so I end up getting a thoughtless gift card.

While browsing the internet looking for gift ideas, I came across Waterworks: The Ultimate Online Bath Shopping, which is a high end premium brand for all your bathroom needs. They carry a line of hand lotion, such as Camellia Leaf Hand Cream; Camellia Leaf Body Lotion; Fresh Linen Body Lotion; Fresh Linen Hand Cream; Lemon Verbena Body Lotion; and Verbena Hand Cream. There is also a selective line of shower gels, bar soaps, diffusers, room sprays, and scented candles. All of these all would make nice stocking stuffers.

Waterworks also carries a nice selections of bath linens/towels, bath mats/rugs, bathrobes and slippers, shower curtains, and bathroom accessories, such as the Linen Tissue Cover and the Gotham Tub Pillow. There is also a wonderful line of bathroom furniture such as stools, tables, and storage containers. They also carry a line of bathroom fixtures, mirrors, medicine cabinets, and lighting.

To get that perfect gift for someone, sometimes you have to think outside of the box and get them something that they will cherish forever.

Cardio Inferno

Monday, October 1, 2012

Review - The Complete Tax Guide for E-commerce Retailers

The Complete Tax Guide for E-commerce Retailers
Written by Martha Maeda
Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Group, Inc.
ISBN: 9781601381248
Pub Date: 212
Pages: 288

    With the economy continuing to get worse every week, more and more people are finding a second income by becoming an online seller on popular sites like Amazon, eBay and Etsy. Even television is getting into making money by selling used items such as Pawn Stars, American Pickers, and Storage Wars. Of course Amazon and eBay have been available to the public for many years before these shows existed. Some people may find it as a hobby selling collectables, antiques, old books, used items, or handmade crafts online, while others are making a small if not large income from having an online store.

    Just as bloggers now have to have a disclaimer on what review copies they receive, the government is now cracking down on e-Sellers. When the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 went into effect in 2011, e-Sellers now have to turn in your newfound income to the IRS, especially if you are bringing in at least $20,000 from your e-Selling.