Which shoe can you buy with the money you’ve saved from your tax bill?

My tax bill for the year is about $30,000, according to my accountant.

I didn’t even have to pay taxes on that.

I just didn’t pay the taxes.

That was the biggest shock of my entire life, as far as I’m concerned.

What do I do with the extra money?

I’m now saving money for my family and for my future kids.

But there’s one thing I’ve got to do with that money.

And that’s to find a pair of sandals that fit my feet and my hands and my body, which means I have to buy them.

The problem is, if I don’t find the shoes, I can’t wear them.

I’m in a financial mess, but I’m also in a state of desperation.

I can only think of one solution: buy sandals.

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