culburrabeach.holidayhaven.com.au Review:Culburra Beach Holiday Park | Holiday Park Accommodation at Culburra Beach - Situated on Culburra Beach, at the mouth of the Crookhaven and Shoalhaven Rivers, Culburra Beach Tourist Park offers superb access to one of Australia’s finest deepwater and estuarine fishing areas.
Country: 220.127.116.11, Oceania, AU
City: 153.4 Queensland, Australia
If your children like Lego, spend the extra money or wait until this is on sale (I only paid $30 in November 2012). This is an amazing caledar with something to put together and play with each day. If you're even considering the Mega Bloks Smurf advent calendar DON'T BUY IT, spend the extra and buy this one. The Mega Bloks one will give your child a couple of blocks or one piece of lego on some of the days. This was well worth the money and had so many cute things added that weren't on the box like a tiny remote control fire truck, so cute. My kids still love the set and play with it every day and it's almost April. Thanks Lego, I hope you make another advent calendar next year!
So long TurboTax. TaxAct Deluxe Federal edition let me file our 3 different W-2's, small business income, IRA data, investment income data, itemized deductions for charity and property tax (just like TurboTax once did) before Intuit got greedy. I saved last years TurboTax data as a .pdf file and TaxAct was even able to import the vast majority of data (names, addresses, SSN's etc) for me to review rather than type in (if you didn't save last years data as a .pdf file you are going to have to enter that data). Even if you cannot import from last year that is no biggie. The TaxAct software did just like it should. Walks you through the normal questions of income compiling, taxes paid, deductions etc. with little fuss or hassle and in a pretty straightforward manner. I cannot believe Intuit was so stupid to lose what was probably a pretty faithful following - but this year many people have been bamboozled into buying an Intuit product that is either out of date, or (less) than what they needed to file and always at a ridiculously high price to do normal family tax filing. I'm sure they will regroup next year when they see how many people left but it will be too late. TaxAct is priced in the sweet spot so unless they screw up like Intuit did I see no reason why I won't use them again next year (are you listening TaxAct? :-)). My state is already set up for electronic filing online - so I did not need to bother buying or upgrading to a State edition. This product is the Federal product only but very robust. TaxAct rocked this year.
This looks fantastic! But that last bullet point gives me pause: without packaging or a product information card, might it be too tricky for novices to just "give it whirl"? I worry. Has anyone seen info about classes (etc.) on how to operate?