Taxgiving Day Only 20 Days Away: Shoppers Scrambling to Complete List and Website to Offer Free eCards

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Taxgivingday.com, a website celebrating the traditions of April 15, wants to remind tax payers that there are only 20 shopping days left until Taxgiving Day. Many holiday travelers are anticipated to be in Washington, D.C. for this year's celebration of the federal government's biggest funding day of the year.

    This season, in eager anticipation of the 2008 election, Taxgivingday.com has added a simplified electronic greeting card "Send to the Candidates" option so the electorate can express their joy this Taxgiving season. With one click holiday revelers can send an electronic Taxgiving Day card to John Edwards, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Rudy Giuliani, John McCain and Mitt Romney. Additionally a wide selection of cards can also be electronically sent to anyone with an email address.

Taxgiving Day is an annual holiday that marks the end of another tax season. Celebrations often combine a small surprise "refund" for selected random guests and various other traditions and customs, many of which celebrate the life of colonial Tennessee frontiersmen like Lord Stewart Taxalot. Recently folks "inside the beltway" have taken greater interest in the holiday as it marks the end of the Federal government's annual fund raising campaign.

Visitors to the official Taxgiving Day site can also learn new children crafts, find a decorating tip, learn about this season's holiday gifts, and how to skin small game.

According to legend, Taxgiving Day was first celebrated on April 15, 1913. Taxgivingday.com is a parody website that celebrates the end of tax season by offering perspective, humor and eCards for the discriminating tax payer. No animals were harmed and no trash cans were knocked over to provide readers this content. More information about the holiday, it's tradition and legends can be found at http://www.taxgivingday.com. Need some humor for your taxes? Check out the cousin site at http://www.taxalicious.com.

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