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Isness.....strengthen it with Hypnosis...

Posted on 28 December, 2020 at 10:10 Comments comments (56)

That All-That-Isness that is responding to your vibration is that which you call God.

 

Excerpted from Lincroft, NJ on 10/15/96

 

Our Love

Esther (Abraham and Jerry)

New things taxpayers should consider as they get ready to file taxes in 2021

Posted on 17 December, 2020 at 10:05 Comments comments (1)

New things taxpayers should consider as they get ready to file taxes in 2021

 

 

When people get ready to file their federal tax return there are new things to consider when it comes to which credits to claim and what deductions to take. These things can affect the size of any refund the taxpayer may receive.

 

Here are some new key things people should consider when filing their 2020 tax return.

 

Recovery rebate credit

Taxpayers may be able to claim the recovery rebate credit if they met the eligibility requirements in 2020 and one of the following applies to them:

• They didn't receive an Economic Impact Payment in 2020.

• They are single and their payment was less than $1,200.

• They are married, filed jointly for 2018 or 2019 and their payment was less than $2,400.

• They didn't receive $500 for each qualifying child.

 

Refund interest payment

People who received a federal tax refund in 2020 may have been paid interest. The IRS sent interest payments to individual taxpayers who timely filed their 2019 federal income tax returns and received refunds. Most interest payments were received separately from tax refunds. Interest payments are taxable and must be reported on 2020 federal income tax returns. In January 2021, the IRS will send a Form 1099-INT, Interest Income, to anyone who received interest of at least $10.

 

New charitable deduction allowance

New this year, taxpayers who don't itemize deductions can take a charitable deduction of up to $300 for cash contributions made in 2020 to qualifying organizations. For more information, people should review Publication 526, Charitable Contributions.

 

Other refund-related reminders

• Taxpayers shouldn’t rely on receiving a refund by a certain date, especially when making major purchases or paying bills. Some tax returns may require additional review and processing may take longer.

• Refunds for taxpayers claiming the earned income tax credit or additional child tax credit can’t be issued before mid-February. This applies to the entire refund, not just the portion associated with this credit.

• The fastest and most secure way to receive a refund is to combine direct deposit with electronic filing, including the IRS Free File program. Taxpayers can track the status of their refund using the Where’s My Refund? tool.

 

 

More information:

Publication 5348, Get Ready to File

Publication 5349, Year-Round Tax Planning is for Everyone

Orchestrate your positive expectations with Hypnosis!!!!

Posted on 14 December, 2020 at 10:40 Comments comments (10)

The Universe is abundant with everything that you want.

It’s not testing you.

It’s benevolently providing for you.

But you are the orchestrater.

You are the definer, and you do it through your joyous anticipation.

If there is an emotion that you are wanting to foster, that would serve you very, very well, it is positive expectation.

It is excited anticipation.

 

Excerpted from San Diego, CA on 8/3/97

 

Our Love

Esther (Abraham and Jerry)

Feel Better....with Hypnosis...

Posted on 9 December, 2020 at 11:15 Comments comments (3)

As you begin to state what you do want, rather than clamoring about what you don’t want, you come into your own power.

When you come into your own power, you feel better.

And when you feel better — those who love you also feel better.

 

Excerpted from San Antonio, TX on 5/29/99

 

Our Love

Esther (Abraham and Jerry)

Raise your cork.....Hypnosis

Posted on 4 December, 2020 at 10:55 Comments comments (5)

The basis of your life is absolute freedom, the goal is joy, and the result of that perfect combination is motion forward, or growth.

Your goal is to find objects of attention that let your cork raise.

 

Excerpted from Virginia Beach, VA on 4/12/97

 

Our Love

Esther (Abraham and Jerry)

Test 12-30-20

Posted on 1 December, 2020 at 16:25 Comments comments (4)

Test

Test 1 to share

Posted on 11 September, 2020 at 11:40 Comments comments (4)

Test again to attempt to share

Test

Posted on 11 September, 2020 at 11:35 Comments comments (8)

TESTING

Economic Impact Payment FAQs updated on IRS.gov

Posted on 27 May, 2020 at 10:13 Comments comments (105)
Issue Number: COVID Tax Tip 2020-62
Economic Impact Payment FAQs updated on IRS.gov

Many people have already received their Economic Impact Payment, and many more will be getting them soon. Whether it’s already there or on the way, the payment brings questions from many people.
Anyone who has questions can visit IRS.gov for updated FAQs about the Economic Impact Payment. Here are a few of the questions the IRS continues to hear.
What about a child's parents who are not married to each other, but both got the $500 for the same child? Will one of them have to pay that back?
The law doesn’t require repayment of an Economic Impact Payment in these situations.  Each parent should review Notice 1444, Your Economic Impact Payment. The IRS will mail this notice to their last known addresses within 15 days after the payment is made. The parents should keep the notice for their 2020 tax records.
If someone who owed tax scheduled a payment from their bank account, will the IRS send the payment to the account used?
No, the IRS will not send an Economic Impact Payment to an account used to make a payment to the IRS. If the agency doesn’t have direct deposit bank information for someone, their payment will be mailed to the address the IRS has on file.
If someone requested a direct deposit of the payment, why is the IRS mailing it?
There are several reasons why someone’s payment may have been sent by mail. These include:
   •  The payment was already in process before the bank information was entered.
   •  The IRS does not have the correct bank account information
   •  The bank rejects the direct deposit
The IRS will mail the payment to the address they have on file for the taxpayer. Typically, it will take up to 14 days to receive the payment.

Share this tip on social media -- #IRSTaxTip: Economic Impact Payment FAQs updated on IRS.gov. https://go.usa.gov/xv32V

Desires and Hypnotherapy!!

Posted on 26 May, 2020 at 12:42 Comments comments (1)
If your desire is strong enough, it doesn’t matter what your beliefs are. 

If you have a desire that is strong enough, that desire will be the dominant vibration, and it will over-ride any other vibration that you have.

Excerpted from Atlanta, GA on 9/13/97
Our Love,
Esther
(and Abraham and Jerry)

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