b'RecipeoftheMonthSalad RollsServes 81 8-oz. package rice vermicelli8 oz. shrimp; cooked, peeled, and cut in half, lengthwise8 rice wrappers (6 in.)1 carrot, finely grated1 cup lettuce, shredded cup chopped fresh basilWaterDirections:1. Bring water to a boil in a medium-sized saucepan.2. Remove saucepan from heat and add vermicelli to water. Let it soak for 3 to 5 minutes.3. Drain and rinse with cold water.4. Dip one rice wrapper in a large bowl of hot water to soften.5. Lay the wrapper flat, then place noodles, shrimp, carrot, lettuce, and basil in the center.6. Tightly wrap ingredients.7. Repeat with remaining ingredients and wrappers.8. Serve with chili sauce.*Recipe adapted from AllRecipes.comTips for the "Gig" Economy Do you rent a spare room in your house or provide car rides for a fee? If so, you may be a part of the sharing or gig economy. If you made any income from such platforms, you have some key financial details to address when filing your taxes.TAX TIP OF THE MONTH Is the income taxable?Yes. No matter whether you made money full or part time, the IRS taxes the income you makeCan you take deductions?Some business-expenses deductions may apply for taxpayers who qualify. A deduction for a business expense could be an item, such as claiming the standard mileage rate if you use your car for business.Do taxes apply if you rent a home you also live in?You will generally have to account for specific tax rules if you rent a home that you live in at any point throughout the year. You can identify the status of taxable rental income using the IRS tax assistant tool.* This information is not intended to be a substitute for specific individualized tax advice. We suggest that you discuss your specific tax issues with a qualified tax professional.When to Putt with a Sand WedgeGOLF TIP OF THE MONTH Back in the 1970s, the great Lee Trevino introduced the sand wedge putt. Today, this unorthodox shot can rescue you from a pesky greenside lie. Happiness is not in the mere possession of money; it lies in the joy of When your ball is backed up against the fringe, or in some thick grass just off the edge of a slick putting surface, you may want or need to putt rather than chip, but you may also be worried about flubbing a putt. So, putt theachievement, in the thrill of creative effort.ball onto the green using the thick leading edge of a sand wedge. This will give the ball a burst of initial topspin, more so than a typical putter, and the thick flange of the sand wedge has less chance of getting caught up in long grass or an outer cut of fringe. Franklin D. Roosevelt'