Family, Noted, Taxes

Tax Rebate Information, Cost Of The Delivery, And Other Odds And Ends

My buddy, Nickel, from Five Cent Nickel has written a couple of articles about The Tax Stimulus Plan that you’ll want to read.  The first is about the tax rebate payment schedule and the second is about the official tax rebate calculator.  After reading the articles, it looks like our check, for $1800, should arrive in May.  This will work out great for our family, because my wife will miss a paycheck – due to the fact that she’ll be having baby #3.

Some of the rebate check money will go towards offsetting the cost of the delivery.  It looks like the total cost will be about $11,000, 90% of which will be covered by our health insurance plan.  We’ll have to pay our portion, up front, the day of the delivery.

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