We of course all value many, many things family, security, integrity, influence but Grace asks people to narrow down the list of those things we truly value to only two. At your core, what are the two things that are most important to you? You can easily do this exercise so you can answer that question. Then, after you identify those two core values, look at your calendars and look at your checkbooks, because the way to tell if you are really living your core values is to see where you are spending your time and your money.
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Millions helped by Obama health law may get hit with reduced tax refunds unless they act soon | Star Tribune
"More than a third of tax credit recipients will owe some money back, and (that) can lead to some pretty hefty repayment liabilities," said George Brandes, vice president for health care programs at Jackson Hewitt Tax Service. Two basic statistics bracket the potential exposure: The average tax credit for subsidized coverage on the new health insurance exchanges is $264 a month, or $3,168 for a full 12 months. The average tax refund is about $2,690.
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