Heavenly Bahamas Honeymoon ResortsWritten by Randy Wilson
Celebrating under attentive care of Bahamas honeymoon resorts, there might be no better way to commence a marriage. Consisting of over 700 mostly-uninhabited islands, Bahamas has a lot of territory to encounter during your trip. Bahamas honeymoon packages can put you in touch with several different tropical paradises during any given vacation. You will never be without something new to experience. Even your second or third Bahamas honeymoon will be as fresh and unique as first.
Every travel agency has its own selection of Bahamas honeymoon packages, so it is worthwhile to shop around and find one that reaches your highest expectations. Whether it's snorkeling in sea or sunning on silvery sand, memories forged by a Bahamas honeymoon will remain with you for a lifetime.
The balmy, tropical atmosphere invites you to relax and enjoy life. At just about any given time you will be surrounded by clear, blue sea on one side, with another sea of flourishing green vegetation on other. Nature trails and guided tours immerse you into our truly genuine habitat: great outdoors.
There is as much to explore under water as above. Scuba diving and snorkeling are very fun and enlightening ways to pass time. Experienced instructors guide you through a pristine underwater environment where you can explore a coral reef or maybe a shipwreck. Meet face-to-face with amazing underwater (aliens?) life forms including, yes, sharks!
Marriage or Divorce — Check Your Social Security NumberWritten by Richard A. Chapo
Newlyweds and recently divorced should make sure that names on their tax returns match those registered with Social Security Administration (SSA). A mismatch between a name on tax return and a Social Security number (SSN) could unexpectedly increase a tax bill or reduce size of any refund.
For newlyweds, tax scenario can begin when bride says "I do" and takes her husband's surname, but doesn't tell SSA about name change. If couple files a joint tax return with her new name, IRS computers will not be able to match new name with SSN. This could result in tax assessments or even an audit since IRS may be under impression that you are simply evading taxes.