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Tax Tips

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.

Consumer Tips

7 Tips for Reducing Credit Card Debt This Year

More than five years have passed since the economy tanked and credit is once again easy to get and just as easy to abuse. What is not so easy is getting out of debt, especially for consumers with restricted income and the attendant limited options.

Consumer Tips

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

Consumer Tips

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.

Fun Stuff

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.

Money Management

7 Financial Tips for Young Adults

Young people are facing a world where uncertainty is the only certainty that they have. Long gone are the days of company loyal and with it the pension plans, benefits and increased upward mobility.

Small Business

Your Year End Business Check Up

With just weeks left in the year, businesses will soon close the books on another business year. But before the calendar flips over, you’ll want to ensure that several matters including tax issues are addressed well before then.

Insurance

Renters Insurance: Surprisingly Affordable

If you are a tenant, you are not protected from loss if items are stolen from your apartment or your home is damaged. You need separate renters insurance, a policy between your insurance company and yourself.

Consumer Tips

Short on Funds? Just Barter It!

There is a separate, but legal economy at work in America today. It is known as bartering where goods and services are traded with no cash exchanged.

Consumer Tips

How to Save Money This Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is often treated as the beginning of the Christmas shopping season, with many stores now opening in the evening for what was traditionally a day off for workers.

Small Business

How to Determine an Employee’s Salary

If you are planning to hire a new employee, especially one for a newly created position, determining salary can be one of your biggest challenges.

Small Business

About Fixed Rate Secured Loans for Businesses

If you need to borrow money for your business, a fixed rate secured loan may provide you with the best borrowing option.