As the weather warms up, you’re likely getting out more. As you’re getting out more, you’re likely spending more money. It’s like If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, except this story has the potential to end with overspending, a closet full of shoes you don’t necessarily need, and a pile of receipts leftover from… Continue reading The Two Best Ways to Payoff Debt
April 18th is getting closer and closer. The tax filing deadline is now less than two weeks away. That should be stressing you out if you haven’t filed yet. It’s time to get your taxes together so you don’t face penalties and possible interest on what you owe the government. What happens if I file… Continue reading What Happens if I File My Taxes Late?
Did you know that you can get free assistance filing your taxes? There are tons of programs out there to help even middle income families get certified assistance when they file their returns, and depending on your situation, you may be able to get free help regardless of your income level. Free In-Person Tax Assistance… Continue reading File Your Taxes for Free
Tax season is in full swing! If you haven’t filed yet, you’ll want to get on that. The deadline of April 18th, 2016 will be here before you know it. Today we’re going to be exploring the realm of taxes for a group of people for whom the season is particularly complicated: the self-employed. They… Continue reading Tax Deductions for the Self-Employed
Well, folks, we’re two months into 2016. Remember those resolutions and goals we set on January 1st? If you’re like 66% of Americans, you ditched them before February even rolled around. Don’t give up. Inspiration can come any time of year, and just because you had an off month, it doesn’t mean you can’t pursue… Continue reading Hop Back on Track With Your New Year’s Resolutions
By now your company should have given you all the necessary tax information to file your taxes. And we’re here to remind you that it’s TIME! There are so many options for filing your taxes. You can: Hire an accountant. This can cost you $200 for relatively simple taxes and upwards to $800 if you… Continue reading Are You Ready to Submit Your Taxes?
There’s no doubt about it: kids cost a lot of money. From the time they emerge from the womb, there are hospital bills, diapers, and feeding gear to pay for. As they get a little older, the costs morph into clothing that gets grown out of all too quickly, extracurricular activities, and tech gadgets that… Continue reading How Your Kids Can Save You Money on Your Taxes
Believe it or not, even though 2015 has come and gone, it’s not too late to allocate your money in ways that will reduce your tax burden for the 2015 tax year. One way to reduce your tax burden is by claiming the Saver’s Credit, which reduces your tax liability, or how much you owe… Continue reading Have You Maxed Out the Saver’s Credit for Your 2015 Taxes? It’s Not Too Late!
When I was a teenager, I truly was one of those sophomoric children who thought they were an adult. I walked around in my beanie and Converse shoes, thinking I had all the answers, or that I at least knew the best way to find them. Since the new year has rolled around, I’ve been… Continue reading Challenging Financial Preconceptions in 2016
College is in session, and the thing on every student’s mind (and their parents’) is paying for textbooks. Prices have spiraled out of control, with the only silver lining being that with the inflationary prices, you may be able to sell the book you bought used last semester for a profit next semester. The inflationary… Continue reading Flipping Textbooks for Extra Income
Maybe you’re interesting in the sport of extreme couponing, or maybe you’re just interested in saving some money. Either way, we’ve compiled some great money-saving couponing tips to get your started. 1. Get organized. Buy a mini folder with dividers that fits in your purse. You can divide by category (home, food, baby) or by expiration date… Continue reading Do you Coupon? Here’s how to get started.
It’s an American tradition that college students are broke. But don’t fret. There are ways to make the most of your college experience by being savvy and frugal. 1. Begin looking for a job now. There are tons of part time jobs on campus and you won’t have to worry about them scheduling around your… Continue reading How To Save Money in College
Well, well, well. It’s almost the six month mark and it’s time to take a look at your finances. You resolved to save money. You resolved to live on a budget. You resolved to save for that vacation. How’d that go? If it went well, great. Keep up the good work and take your much… Continue reading It’s almost the midpoint–how’s your New Year’s Resolution Coming?
Money doesn’t grow on trees, but you can find it in unexpected places. When you think about increasing your budget, you likely think of working longer hours or picking up a side job to bring in that extra cash. While those are productive ideas, there are other ways to infuse your checkbook with some much… Continue reading Find Money Without Working for It
They say knowledge is power, and that couldn’t be more true than when dealing with your personal finances. A major part of personal finances is your credit score. Your credit score affects many major events in your life, such as applying for a mortgage or a car loan. The better your score, the lower your… Continue reading Know Thy Credit Score
Every year, Americans spend millions of dollars on routine legal needs, from corporations that need trademarks to death wills. Are you going through legal complications about your corporation, or need a trademark now? Legalzoom can to help you cope with that. Legalzoom is specialized in providing personalized affordable legal solutions for small business and personal… Continue reading Legalzoom Coupon: 10% Off Trademark & Extra $5 Off Any Service
Be it business or personal, when a problem cannot be solved by ordinary means, we often seek legal help to solve our problem. The trouble is, even if we hired a lawyer, we still can’t ignore the fact that we must know what we need to know if we’re going to win the case. The… Continue reading Legal Solutions Thomson Reuters Coupon: Always Be Your Premier Resource
We are in an era of soaring property prices. We may find our living cost is getting higher than last year, and even today last month. It is on the rise, and tends to rise faster than our wages. Many people can manage their money by the combination of serious thrift and a bit of… Continue reading CashNetUSA Coupons: The Quickest Way to Emergency Money
It is time for tax relief now. And you need a reliable and capable assistant to help do that. TurboTax is your best choice. As an experienced tax preparation software and online services supplier, TurboTax know the way to help you receive the biggest tax refunds. You can totally rely on TurboTax to do your… Continue reading TurboTax Coupon Code, Discount Code, TurboTax Freedom Edition 2014
Money management has become one daunting task given the intricacies involved. If you are too bad with your money, the most common though is to hire a professional to take care of this task. But this will also add to your ever growing list of expenses. With the plethora of personal money management tools available,… Continue reading Top 6 Personal Money Management Tools