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How to Trim Your Monthly Bills

With a new year may come with it a realization that you do not have the money to balance your budget. You have enough money coming in, but your outgo is simply too large.

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Sound Financial Strategies for Young Families

Tweet Nevertheless, children are certainly a blessing and bring with them both hope and the promise of change. For young married couples, employing several sound financial strategies early on can

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5 Once-In-A-Lifetime Experiences You Could Offer To Your Children

Being a kid is great. Kids are excited by the endless possibilities of life. They’re always looking for opportunities to explore, learn, and grow.

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Tax Tips for the Year Ahead

Tax season means looking back, specifically at the calendar year just ended. That makes sense as you have only until April 15 to get your taxes in order, prepared and sent off to the IRS and to your state’s taxing authority.

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How to Kill Zombie Debt

Some debt never seems to die. Or at least no one has “told” that debt that it is long dead. From the tales of the undead comes zombie debt, what represents very old and uncollected debt that companies may have given up on collecting.

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What You Need to Know About Debt Collector Tactics

If you owe a debt and have fallen behind on your payments, you may find that a debt collector has been enlisted in a bid to collect what is owed. Your creditor may turn to a collector if its own efforts have failed, a common practice with unsecured debt such as credit card accounts and other consumer accounts.

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Federal Income Taxes and Your Payment Options

It is a given that you’ll have enough money on hand to pay your income taxes, right? Try telling that to struggling freelancers and small business operators who find themselves pinched when quarterly taxes are due or when the year-end taxes are filed.

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How to Extend the Life of Your Vehicle

A new car smell is almost irresistible, but that desire can be quenched if your finances are tight. It is better to buy a new car when you can afford one and extend the life of your current car by a few more years if possible.

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4 Year End Car Buying Tips

If you are considering buying a new car, the last week of the calendar year plus the first few days of the new year are an optimum time to buy a new car. The days on either side of the new year are counted with the most recent calendar year’s sales with most automakers vying to increase those sales before the books close on Jan. 2nd or 3rd

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15 Money Tips for the New Year

A new year means fresh possibilities, but your dreams may not come true without smart planning. The following 15 money tips can be rolled out in the coming year, ideas to help you generate wealth and live smarter.

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20 New Year’s Resolutions We Can All Do

Are you ready to make some resolutions for the new year? The usual ones include losing weight, eating right, exercising more, and taking a vacation to an exotic destination. Good resolutions at that, but there are many more to consider.

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Paying off Student Debt: Five Tips to Help You Out

New graduates must start paying off their student debts regardless of their current status. It’s one of the things you should take care of as soon as you step out of college.