What's going on Zep heads.. It's John Dingus with your Monday edition of What You Missed...
A dating website called loveagain.com just finished up a nationwide sex survey. Here are the top 6 of the sex survey.
1. People in Midwest are the Radiest in the country. 53% say they have exceptionally high sex drives.
2. People in Southwest say they have the most skills in bed.
3. People in Northeast have the most sex.
4. Men in Texas are the most satisfied with the size of their package.
516% of people in the U.S. have sex at least once a week.
6. The most popular day for sex in nationwide is Saturday. For the people in the South the best day for sex is on a Monday.
Women are 3 times more likely to feel love at first sight with their new puppy than their boyfriends. 3 out of 4 women fell in love with their dog the first time they saw it, and 43% don't even remember the way they met thier boyfriend or husband.
The 5 Tax Deductions you're most likely to miss.
1. Dependents- For every dependentyou have, you can write off $3,800. But a lot of people don’t, because they don’t realize that the relative they’ve been supporting can sometimes be claimed as a, quote, “qualifying relative.”
Or even the friend who’s been crashing in their spare bedroom for the past year. The main requirement is they have to have made less than $3,800 last year.
2. The Earned Income Tax Credit- Which you might qualify for if you’re low-to- middle-income. And if you have three dependents, you can claim a tax credit of up to $5,891.
*If you’re single and under 65, you’re not required to file a federal tax return unless you made more than $9,750 last year. Or if you’re the head of household, it’s $12,500.
*But if you qualify for the earned income tax credit, you should file, so you get a refund.
3. The Child and Dependent Care Credit- If you work and have kids under 13 who go to day care, you might qualify for a deduction of up to $2,100. And you can also deduct the cost of summer camp.
4. Charitable Donations- But that doesn’t just mean the amount of money you gave to charity last year.
If you volunteered at something like a local soup kitchen, you can deduct any money you paid for parking . . . and also 14 cents per mile if you had to drive there.
5. Job-Search Expenses- Meaning any money you spent on printing resumes, postage, and even travel expenses . . . as long as the job you were applying for was in the same field as your previous job.
*However, job-hunting expenses for your first job are not tax deductible.*
Hotties of the day.....