Host Heather Kelly answers several listeners' questions on 'how to save money to buy something you really want, when you don't have a lot to spare.' Her guest Becky Bruce, co-host of FBI Confidential, saved for two separate trips to Africa and bought a new car within a 4-year period.
Learn the top 3 things you need to accomplish your financial goals on this episode of Money Making Sense.
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The United States is losing billions of dollars each year by not collecting sales tax. Tax attorney Steve Young of Holland and Hart explains why sales tax was originally instituted and why states need it.
Steve also talks about efforts to raise sales tax on services such as car repairs, health care and hair dressers. If a state doesn't have enough money coming in from sales taxes, how do they pay for things they need to run it?
**Since this show was recorded, The Supreme Court ruled States have the right to collect sales tax from any business which ships items into their jurisdiction. This overturns previous Court decisions which ruled taxing across state lines is unconstitutional.
Host Heather Kelly sits down with veterinary technician and backyard chicken enthusiast, Heather Boyce to discuss eggs.
What she believes is the number one cause of the spread of salmonella and why what the FDA requires large egg producers do to sell them is illegal in much of Europe.
The two Heathers also talk about the cost of raising your own chickens and is it cheaper than buying eggs from the grocery store?