Tax Break for Pet Owners

If you’ve ever struggled to medically save the life of a dying pet, you know the end-of-life costs can be extravagant if you choose to try prolong life instead of just ending it. A year ago, I wondered in an article — Deducting the Cat — why pets weren’t considered part of the family and eligible as tax deductions for their veterinary care. I was delighted to learn this week there is now a move afoot to allow a $3,500.00USD “pet deduction” on your income tax.

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Always Say Yes

Yes is tough.

No is easy.

To live your life where you say “yes” more often than you say “no” is to leave an important mark on the world.

Yes takes time.

Yes means commitment.

Yes requires involvement.

No is an end.

Yes is eternal.

You cannot get a “yes” unless you ask.