Doing my taxes and I ran out of beer, now that is depressing!
Because half-drunk is the best way to make sense of it all. : )
Been getting all my crap together this past week. Just waiting for the last of the 1099s (not that every customer files them) and bank statements (mortgage interest, etc) and will shuffle it off to my accountant. He isn't thrilled that I stick with Excel instead of Quickbooks, but too bad; my second attempt at setting up Quickbooks was as miserable as the first, so screw it.
I'm guessing your taxes are more complex as you have your own business to file for. I still reserve the right to feel sorry for myself, but I'll still tip my hat to your uphill battle.
Been applying for jobs and only one interview so far. Pressure from parents make the situation even more uncomfortable. I've been graduated for a month... is that a long time to not have a job?
In the US? No. Unless you have something that amounts to direct vocational training you might have a tough time. Obviously it also depends on your area, there's way more jobs around my neck of the woods than, say, in Detroit.