how to spend tax refund money prepping

Tax Refund
How to spend your money Prepping (and pay no taxes)

Are you a prepper expecting a tax refund on April 15? If you have
extra money coming to spend prepping, then take a look at the
cool things prepper money can buy:

How a Prepper Could Spend a Tax Refund

#1: Night Vision Goggles.
Night-vision goggles are the ultimate prepper luxury gadget!
Imagine the defense possibilities to track intruders or picture
yourself hunting at night to gain the advantage. The Yukon
Tracker head-mounted night vision binoculars, pictured above,
provide remarkably detailed downrange observation under the
darkness of night.  These goggles have a built-in pulse infrared
illuminator, which expands viewing range while minimizing
battery drainage. This pulsing is invisible to the human eye and
yet gives you a maximum possible infrared visibility. Wear them
with your glasses, but they're more effective if you wear contacts.

#2: Montague Paratrooper Folding Mountain Bike.
Cammy green tough, rugged, and ready for anything, this
mountain bike is dropped from the sky to land, prepared for
action. The speed of unfolding this bike for riding will blow you
away. Mountain Montague Paratrooper Folding Mountain Bike,
pictured at the top left-hand of the page is unlike all other
folding bikes, there are no wobbly hinges. Just open one quick
release lever on the top tube and remove the front wheel. It
folds in under thirty seconds without tools, too! This full-sized,
rugged mountain bike is deployable on almost any terrain. It is a
stealth/minimal signature that is second only to a walking soldier.

#3: Generator.
Don't already have a generator? Perhaps the most important
single item in your survival expenditures if you live in cold
climates, buying the right generator your family needs is easy
with this
prepper's guide to buying a generator.

  • Quiet Solar Generator: A quiet generator is an ultimate
    luxury for a prepper. The Goal Zero Yeti 150 with Nomad 20,
    a quiet, portable power for base camp, cabins and
    unexpected outages. What's more, the Goal Zero Yeti 400
    Solar Generator allows you to live life off the grid, camp in
    luxury, or power through an outage without the noise and
    fumes of traditional back-up generators. Kit Includes Yeti
    150 Solar Generator and Nomad 20 Solar Panel, pictured
    right in yellow.





















#4: NukAlert-ER Radiation
Detector/Dosimeter/Geiger Counter.
Pictured at the top of the page, NukAlert-ER Radiation detector
measures radiation in food, water, puddles, your roof, clothing,
air filters, all around your home and car. This is a supreme "click-
click click" Geiger counter that reads high levels of Gamma
radiation from nuclear weapon fallout or nuclear plant
emergencies. These are the high levels that will kill you in hours
or days, while most 'mircroRad' meters limit out on high radiation
readings and even give you a ZERO reading if the levels are too
high! If you're a prepper who's going to buy a Geiger counter, this
is the one to own.

#5: Solar Refrigerator.
It almost seems like an oxymoron to use the word "solar" with
refrigerator and indeed it is amazing. The Sundanzer solar
refrigerator, pictured immediate left, provides exceptionally low
energy consumption, requiring less expensive power systems and
providing lower operating costs. It runs on an 80-Watt solar
panel, 110 Ah battery and 15 Amp charge controller. Indeed a
prepper luxury, but completely necessary in a modern off grid
lifestyle.

#6: Treadle Powered Sewing Machine.
The Janome 712T treadle sewing machine, pictured immediate
right, allows you to sew with no electrical power. Now you don't
need to find one at the thrift market or antique store! Now that
would come in handy after an
Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP)!

#7. Excalibur Deluxe Dehydrator.
An Excalibur 9 tray dehydrator is a good way to spend a couple of
hundred bucks. Any dehydrator will dry food, but an Excalibur
dries safer, better, and faster than competitors thanks to
Excalibur's patented Hyperwave Fluctuation technology. Ordinary
dehydrators produce constant, unchanging heat, which can cause"
case hardening," and they create a dry surface with moisture
trapped inside – the perfect environment for yeast, mold and
bacteria growth! With the Excalibur Hyperwave Fluctuation
technology, the temperature fluctuates up and down to prevent
this from happening. When the air temperature fluctuates up, the
food's surface moisture evaporates; then, when the air
temperature fluctuates down, the inner moisture moves to the
drier surface. This keeps the food temperature low enough to
keep the enzymes active, but the air temperature gets high
enough to dry food and overcome yeast, mold, and spoilage.

#8. Ultralight sleeping bag.
Bugout in a better sleeping bag. The Nemo Rhythm 25 Primaloft
Sleeping Bag, pictured left, is unlike conventional mummy
shapes. Nemo's SpoonTM Shape backpacking bags give you extra
space where it matters most. Wide in the elbows, the bag tapers
down to the hips then gently flares back out to allow room for
your knees to naturally bend and shift throughout the night. This
innovative bag profile offers true sleeping comfort while
maintaining thermal efficiency and low weight. It's worth every
penny.  

#9 Composting toilet.
When SHTF, you can do something with it! The Nature's Head
Composting Toilet, pictured immediate right is a reliable choice
for portable, self contained, urine separating dry toilets on the
water, on the land, or on the road." "This toilet or head, (the
marine term for toilet) was designed by two long time sailors
who sought to create a more user friendly version than anything
else on the market. While we designed our product to withstand
the harsh marine environment, it can be used anywhere you need
a toilet, especially anywhere that plumbing or electricity is
difficult or non-existent -- on RVs or campers, in vacation cabins,
workshops, barns, yurts, even trucks. Most importantly, this toilet
doesn't have the foul odors associated with all other holding tank
systems. The low volume air circulation fan built into the head
provides the added benefit of recycling the air in your bathroom
which helps make your whole environment smell better. Because
it was originally designed for marine use, its rugged design and
materials (all stainless hardware) it has been proven to be
extremely durable no matter what your environment.

#10: Barnett Jackal Crossbow Package.
Offering an innovative design, the Barnett Jackal crossbow
features a sleek, military-style stock with a divided fore grip for
comfortable hand placement. Ready to shoot right out of the box,
this package includes a quick-detach quiver, bolts, and a
premium red dot sight. The quad limb assembly is combined with
high energy wheels and a synthetic string and cable system
producing arrow speeds of 315 feet per second. The combination
of the lightweight stock and the power this bow delivers makes it
a devastating weapon for any hunter, and this one is
Made in the
USA.

#11: Cammenga 417 Official l U.S. Military Compass.
The Commenga official U.S. Military Tritium Lensatic Compass
Model 3H, pictured immediate left, is equipped with a magnifying
lens, sight wire,  and dial graduations in both degrees and mils.
Around $60,t his is the best compass money can buy. The copper
induction dampening system slows the rotation of the magnet
without the use of liquids. This carries the 3H stamp. It is GSA
compliant and
made in the U.S.A.

#12: Fully Stocked GI Medical Kit.
Helpful in administering first aid for reduction of bleeding and
stabilization of wounds, the fully stocked medical kit, pictured
right, goes well beyond a standard household emergency. This
pack is intended for preppers because it is a genuine, front line
combat ready, medic kit (and cheaper than trying to buy
individual components). As one prepper purchaser confides,
"Throw in some QuickClot, Israeli bandages, an aluminum splint,
some chest seals, and a dental kit and you are ready for almost
anything!"

#13: Big Berkey Water Filtration System.
Get the fluoride out of your water and enjoy the purest water
possible with the Big
Berkey Water filtration system now.  This
powerful system purifies both treated water and untreated raw
water from such sources as remote lakes, streams, stagnant
ponds and water supplies in foreign countries, where regulations
may be substandard at best. Use it today, use it when the stuff
hits the fan. The Big Berkey system removes pathogenic bacteria,
cysts and parasites entirely and extracts harmful chemicals such
as herbicides, pesticides, VOCs, organic solvents, radon 222 and
trihalomethanes.  It also reduces nitrates, nitrites and unhealthy
minerals such as lead and mercury.

#14:  Ranger Rescue Entry Tool.
The best you can get, the Ranger Rescue Entry Tool, pictured
right, can be used as an axe, prybar, hydrant wrench, gas shut off
and spanner wrench (2 1/2" hoses and water mains). This tool is
a necessity for all emergency and rescue professionals, and a
luxury for preppers.















#15: Steam Distiller - Pure Water.
A steam distiller takes ocean water and makes pure, rain water!
The Pure Water Steam Distiller, pictured immediate right, is a
compact, portable distiller with a removable boiling chamber
allowing for easy filling and cleaning. With a capacity of
approximately 3 liters per three and one-half hour cycle, this
manually filled distiller is  perfect for use in a camper or RV. In
continuous self-sterilization when in operation, this steam
distiller is equipped with a removable boiling tank for easy filling
and cleaning. A safety shutoff switch turns the unit off should it
ever overheat. The unit stores neatly on a countertop for your
convenience, but while in operation, the top should be clear of
any obstruction to allow for proper air circulation. Each Pure
Water distiller is complete with purity vents to allow the organic
and inorganic compounds to escape.

#16. Surewater 260 Gallon Water Storage Tank.
Water is life and as a matter of survival, a family of four needs
270 gallons of water, according to Utah State University A three-
month supply of water is 90 gallons of water per person.  The
standard size for a residential water heater is only 40 or 50
gallons, which is not nearly enough. The SureWater 260 Gallon
Water Storage Tank, pictured on the bottom of the page, stores
260 gallons of water, about enough for a family of four to last
three months. A luxury yes, but among the top prepper
necessities!

#17: Year's Supply of food.
Owning a year's supply of freeze dried food will put your mind at
ease. No one says you have to eat it for an entire year. The idea
the food will stretch the supplies you have and help you get
through winter.

Have more money for survival gadgets?

Learn how to pay zero taxes in 2017
Want to pay less to the IRS in 2017? Then you need Jeff A.
Schnepper's
guide on How to Pay Zero Taxes. This go-to tax
guide reveals what you need to know to save on your taxes year
after year, not just 2017.

Tax time can seriously drain your resources―both emotionally
and financially. For over three decades How to Pay Zero Taxes
has helped people just like you save money on their taxes. This
reader-friendly guide zeroes in on what matters most: tax saving,
not tax preparation. Tax expert Jeff Schnepper shares valuable
advice on everything from converting personal expenses into
business deductions to avoiding (or surviving) an audit.

Happy endings...
Be happy with your abundance and enjoy what you have, but
make sure to always have a little cash on hand at home for
personal emergencies and stock up on silver and gold. Food is
never a waste of money as long as you eat it or buy freeze dried
for your long term needs.

Related articles...


Popular articles on emergency preparedness...

Prepare to live happily ever after with us at happypreppers.com - the emergency preparedness
Web site of prepping, survival,
homesteading, and self-reliance.
------------------------------------------------- Revised 11/07/16
(C) Copyright  2012-2016 by
HappyPreppers.com. All rights reserved. The site happily targets concerned
citizens who are self-reliant survivalists, preppers and homesteaders with original content on survival
following societal collapse. You may link to our site, but you may not reproduce any part of our content, or
store our content in any retrieval system to represent it as your own. Further, you may not transmit content in
any other form or by any means, including (but not limited to) electronic, photocopy, mechanical, or recording
without written consent. HappyPreppers.com makes no warranties.

HappyPreppers.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising
program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to
amazon.com, amazonsupply.com, or myhabit.com.

Thanks for visiting happypreppers.com!

This article on how to spend tax money prepping has been archived by waybackmachine.org and saved 8 times
between June 14, 2014 and April 20, 2015.
Night Vision Goggles
bugout bikes
Treadle powered sewing machine
Water tank is equal to 5 55-gallon barrels
Solar Refrigerator
Portable Generator Duromax Elite
Composting toil
Luxury dehydrator
Ultralight sleeping bag
Fully Stocked GI Medical Kit
Yeti solar generator
Commenga military compass
Big Berkey Water Filtration System is the prepper's choice
Ranger Rescue tool
Luxury prepping - water distiller
Here's what a year supply of freeze dried food looks like
Happy Preppers site for survivalists + preppers
happypreppers.com
Facebook: happypreppers.com
Pinterest: happypreppers.com
Google + happypreppers.com
Twitter happypreppers.com
Wholesale lot of Bic lighters
Nuke pills for radiation emergencies
71 ways to homestead without buying the farm
What are Bouillon Cubes
Prepper's Guide to the Food Saver
Grind Popcorn into cornmeal
Prepping Uses for Rubbing alcohol
hydrogen peroxide uses - just for preppers
Best prepper protein source: meat
Flashlights for preppers
Bega canned cheese
Mountain House
Learn how to pay zero taxes
how to spend a tax refund prepping (and pay no taxes next year)
Geiger Counter
One year supply of food from Valley Food Storage
Saratoga farms one-year supply of food