10 Great Places to Go on Your 18th Birthday!

La Di Da is a recognised 21st birthday venues Melbourne biggest and best parties and events for years now. If you’re looking for some of the best place to go on your 18th birthday then you’re in for a treat! I am a personal party planner and have been so for many years. I have planned hundreds of 18th birthdays and over the years have realized that it is quite difficult to find, without help, some good places to go on your 18th birthday. Therefore i have listed below my top 10 places to go on your 18th birthday.

Remember, it’s the most important birthday of your teenage years and it only comes once in your life, so don’t make the same mistake I did. Make It Count!

So let’s get straight into my 10 Great Places To Go On Your 18th birthday!

# Place 1: Host A Party!
This is the one of the most popular places to go on your 18th birthday and includes having it at home or renting a function room. If for whatever reason you don’t won’t to go to any extreme places to celebrate your 18th birthday, having a party is a great way to see your 18th birthday in.

# Place 2: Go clubbing!
One of the most popular places to go on your 18th birthday is going to a club. This is a very fun and memorable way to spend your 18th birthday and will involve a wide variety of activities throughout your night. Try to go to one of the more famous clubs in your city and dress to impress. Your 18 now you can start feeling like an adult!

# Place 3: Go Shopping!
Whether you have thousands to use on your 18th or hundreds going shopping is a definte must for your birthday. Not only is it fun to do but for your 18th you want to be look slightly different as appose to the old you. Buying something new to mark your 18th is a good way to feel as if your actually celebreating your adulthood .

# Place 4: Theme Parks
This is a very fulfilling way to spend your 18th birthday. If you’re in to this type of thrill then i would definitely recommend finding and going to a theme park in your area. Try and go to a well known theme park in your city as this will make your experience a whole lot better.

# Place 5: Road Trip!
The reason that I love this one so much is it can fit into any budget. Going on a road trip with friends or family can be an enjoyable and memorable way to spend your 18th. If you love the open road at heart and have someone to visit many miles away then nothing shouts “adventure” like a road trip.

# Place 6: Casino
If you’re the type of person that is “up” for a bet at the first glance of a gambling proposal then maybe the casino is for you. Find your nearest one, bring ID and have some good old fun gambling, but don’t get too carried away as you may end up with no money at all!

# Place 7: Go to a music show
Always wanted to see Beyonce, Enrique Iglesias or someone famous live? Well if you can and they are appearing in your country go out and see them. Nothing completes an 18th birthday better than seeing your favourite artist perform. Even if there not available try and see some live music in your local area, it’ll be worth it.

# Place 8: Go horseback riding.
This is a one of my personal favourites. I remember my first horseback ride… It hurt! But after I got used to the idea of an extremely powerful animal underneath me I really enjoyed myself. Horseback riding is a very calming and relaxing way to spend time being at one with nature. I recommended this for all those naturist’s out there who would love the idea of riding off into the sunset on their 18th birthday.

# Place 9: Sky diving or extreme sports.
Sky diving or something similar like extreme sports is a very unusual but rewarding way to spend your 18th birthday. I guarantee that if you are in to this type of extreme thrill then you won’t be disappointed. Remember that skydiving isn’t for the faint hearted so if the sight from the top of a flight of stairs gets yours knees a bit wobbly then I would stick to something like indoor skydiving that is available in some cities worldwide.

Place 10: Rent a condo on the beach
Renting a condo or even staying in a hotel on your nearest beach (even if its miles away) can be a very relaxing and cost effective way to get away from your home town but still be in the comfort of your own country. This is one of my personal favourites so if there is a beach near you and you like a good view then spend a night down there. It’ll be worth it.

Now the thing to remember here is your 18th birthday is a once in a lifetime event and you should really try your best to make it unforgettable, with any budget. I found out the hard way and would hate for you to suffer the same drag that I went through. So I have done the research and produced the ultimate guide on “things to do on your 18th Birthday”, which explains fully the “Do’s and Dont’s” of your 18th birthday, including *101 places to go on your 18th birthday!

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Turn Your Charitable Donation Into Tax Savings

The charities to donate to are those who in need of fund for either health matter or family support. Long before “Cash For Clunkers” or “Cash For Appliances” we had Cash For Trash. Donating your unwanted things to charity is a very easy way to potentially reduce your tax liability and lead to a larger tax refund. For example, if you received a gift for Christmas this year that replaced an older item you already owned, think about donating that item before discarding it. What you consider to be junk may 1) be a much needed and useful item to someone else and 2) be a tax deduction for you.

3 great ways to benefit from your unwanted things.

Here are the best three things you can do to get more value out of your unneeded / unwanted stuff.

1) Give your item to a family member or friend who you know can use it. The satisfying feeling you will receive in return for helping out someone you care about is even better than reducing your taxes.

2) List your items for sale on as many free or near free mediums as possible. The Pennysaver, Craigslist, the Green Sheet, and even many newspapers offer free advertising, within certain dollar limits. If you are simply looking to get as much money out of the item as possible you may find an individual or entity willing to pay more than the potential tax reduction value.

3) Give your item to a qualified charity. The IRS allows you to deduct the current value of your useable and functional donation from your itemized tax return. The Salvation Army provides a thorough list of typical donations and their monetary values on their website.

-If you have a unique item to donate and are unsure what the value should be listed as you can always stop by a consignment shop or auction house and ask for an appraisal. You can also use online sources – see below.

-Want to know if your charity is considered qualified by the IRS? Use the tool listed below

-Of course this option does bring more than a potential tax reduction. You are helping someone in need.

Your donation does make a difference in someone’s life – a true story.

Carl was looking for work and struggling financially. He was ecstatic to be hired as a salesman at a local appliance store. Carl worked hard every day to make the customers and his boss happy. It eventually paid off when Carl’s boss promoted him into a sales manager position!

Even though Carl smiled widely and graciously thanked the boss for the promotion he was secretly concerned about the manager’s dress code. As a manager he would be required to wear a suit jacket to work everyday. He needed at least 5 suit jackets and certainly couldn’t afford new dress clothes.

Carl went to the Goodwill store with his fingers crossed. With the store attendant’s assistance Carl was able to find enough suit jackets to meet the dress code! His bill came to $40.00 for 5 jackets. Someone’s charitable donation was going to make a big difference for Carl.

How do I make sure I am getting the full value of my deduction?

1) Be sure that you get a receipt for the value of your donation. It doesn’t necessarily have to be a formal document but you should get something in writing from the charity stating the value of the donation and the date on which you donated it.

2) Also note that, according to the IRS website, if the amount of a taxpayer’s deduction for all non-cash contributions is over $500, a properly-completed Form 8283 must be submitted with the tax return.

3) The IRS advises that in order to get credit for your charitable deduction you need to itemize your taxes. Have your tax advisor run some numbers before you decide whether to itemize or go with the “standard deduction”. If your deductions add up to less than what your standard deduction would be then there is no advantage to itemizing.

It is important to become familiar with all the tax deductions available to you, including qualified charitable donations. Arranging your financial affairs, around IRS approved deductions, could give you an advantage when considering your overall tax liability.

Can you turn trash into cash without the IRS?

A different way of thinking about this topic is turning someone else’s trash into your cash! We’ve discussed giving your unwanted things away but is there something you can do with the things discarded by others?

When I was a kid my dad would take my brothers and I to the rifle range in East Butler. After all the adults were done target practicing my dad would send us to the end of the range to dig out all the lead that had hit the side of the hill. We filled up small buckets each week. He took that lead, as well as the discarded brass cartridges, and used these free raw materials to mold and then reload new ammunition. He used some for himself and sold the remaining ammunition to others thus providing him cash from a bucket of lead trash.

Take a walk around your house and neighborhood. Is there trash you can turn into cash?

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