“Can we talk about insurance again?” Ben asked while the toddler napped and I tried to soothe my frazzled nerves with newsprint. From the depths of the Real Estate section, I made the universally understood groaning noise of despair.
I should have consulted a clairvoyant before I went to the New Employee Orientation.
We negotiated a price of $400 + tax per week for a camper van, and started researching boondocking, also known as “sleeping in your car.”
Life-insurance payouts do not count as gross income and do not need to be reported to the IRS. Maybe that’s why they’re so appealing to potential murderers?