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Archives for January 2013
We all want to save as much money as possible when shopping online. This 5 step plan will help you to save big bucks through discounts, coupon codes, cash back sites and more.
The best way to combat the chance of being a fraud victim? File your tax return early and get your money before the criminal can. Here’s some of the popular tax scams being used.
For the 2013 tax year the amount that you can contribute to a traditional or Roth IRA has finally gone up after a couple of years of remaining the same.
We’d like to contribute as much of our income as we can towards retirement this year. So what is the maximum contribution you can put towards your retirement accounts?
The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 extended some popular tax deductions, credits and other breaks for homeowners through 2013. Here are the details of the extended tax breaks.
Over the years TurboTax has quietly become one of the top names in tax preparation software. Their software is known for it’s ease of use and it’s accuracy.
Dealing with debt can seem like you’re sinking in quicksand. The psychological burden of dealing with scarcity can lead to even more poor financial decisions, and more debt.
If you have an earned income you’re likely to see a reduction in your paychecks this year. Here’s why.
I recently discovered the savings and CD accounts from CIT Bank. They offer some pretty competitive rates, among the top 5 that I’ve seen recently at the writing of this review. Here’s a look at CIT Bank.
People often take their monthly bills for granted, not thinking about how they can save money on those regular expenditures. Here’s how to save thousands.
With all the changes being made due to the American Taxpayer Relief Act legislation, the IRS is now scrambling to make updates so they can start accepting returns for 1040 filers by January 30th.
Getting rid of debt is about so much more than just creating a spreadsheet and a budget. It’s about the emotions, beliefs and attitudes that we hold that can end up getting us in trouble if we’re not careful.
We are constantly bombarded by sales and ways to save money in our country, but are you truly saving money if you’re getting a deal on something you don’t need?