Good news for people who love Hooter’s restaurants. Hooter’s just announced they are supporting a Public Safety Appreciation Day this President’s Day in which they will be offering a free meal on to all active duty military personnel and all Public Safety workers (defined as Firefighters, EMT, and Law Enforcement).
You must be able to present a valid ID, Proof of Service, or be in uniform to receive the free food (1/2 pound burger or a chicken sandwich with a drink purchase). This offer is only available for dine-in eating and only on 2/21/2011. Here is the website with more details! www.hooterspresidentsday.com.
Here are some recent articles from around the web. I hope you enjoy!
- My little girl is still too young for an allowance, but when she’s old enough my wife and I will want to refer to this article: Children and Allowance: Flat rate or chores based?.
- The Oblivious Investor examines the differences between Total Bond Market Fund and Treasury Bonds.
- Jeremy asks, Do You Have to Pay Taxes on Unemployment?. Unfortunately, the answer is yes.
- Ron at The Wisdom Journal asks Is It Time To Consult A Financial Advisor?. Even though I run a couple personal finance sites, I think it is time I see someone for a second opinion. It never hurts to have another set of eyes go over your retirement and financial plan.
- Couple Money shares some tips on Determining Asset Allocation by Age.
- Do you know When A Roth IRA Will Cost You?
- Neal @ Wealth Pilgrim explains some FAQ’s about what is involved in a Professional LLC. Neal is a Certified Financial Planner in Los Angeles and knows this topic backward and forward.
- Tom at the Canadian Finance Blog has tips on how to watch free TV in Canada.
- Joe Taxpayer has some tips on donating your IRA RMD – a little known tax trick that can help you avoid paying taxes on required Minimum Distributions by donating them.
- The Monevator shares some reasons to buy a house instead of renting.
- Craig has some tips on how to find an online discount stock broker.
- Here are some good reasons to retire early.