Tax Day, Trade School, and Wine Barrel Racing – 4/18/16

Daily List: 3 Red Flags to Help You Avoid a Tax Audit
It’s Tax Day! Your return must be postmarked by midnight, and if you’re still working on it, and are thinking about getting cute — think again! On the Daily List this morning, see three red flags to avoid that could otherwise get you audited.
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Student Anti-Bullying Video
A student-produced anti-bullying video is becoming the talk of the town and blowing up online! We’ll meet the young mind behind the video and find out what inspired her.
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Couples’ Makeovers
1800 Springs Rd
(707) 647-2800

3830 Northgate Blvd
(916) 568-2222

Basic Hair

Tuxedo Den Arden Fair Mall

Electrik Trice fashions

Macklabs video and photography
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Be Creative and Make Cash
So you want to be an artist?  Following your dreams could put you in debt! We’ll show you how to follow your creative path without losing your mind, your shirt, or your creative compass! The author of How To Be An Artist shares her tips to living a creative life.

Good & Lucky Dog Charity Dinner
Lucca Restaurant & Bar is promoting autism awareness month by hosting a benefit dinner on April 24th, 2016 at 6:00pm. 100% of the profits will go directly to Good Dog Autism, who trains service dogs for children and families living with autism. The dinner will include four courses crafted by Chef Ian MacBride featuring dishes showcasing Lucca’s own Lucky Dog Ranch Beef. The dinner will also be accompanied by local wines and each guest will receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win great prizes.

Sunday, April 24 at 6pm
Lucca Restaurant
1615 J Street, Sacramento
Tickets $50, Available Online
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Wine Barrel Racing
Instagram: BarrelRacerWines
Phone: 916.220.6328

Trade School Over College
With the cost of a college education reaching an average of $31,000 at a private institution and $9,100 at a public one each year, many people are wondering if a college degree is even worth it. After all, countless college graduates are out of work, and among those getting hired, many are underemployed or lack the skills to pursue their chosen profession. An alternative to a traditional four-year degree is trade school. This form of education is appealing not only because it costs less than many colleges and universities around the country, but also because you come out of school with skills you can actually use in the real world to make a living.
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