The Leading Tax Software This Year

Last year was full of unprecedented circumstances due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As the COVID numbers kept rising, many people were forced to work from home. Some businesses had to close. Some entrepreneurs decided to invest their money in cryptocurrency to cushion themselves from ...

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Saving Money Throughout Your Retirement

Retirees can save money using these five tips. · Create a budget · Retirees should use budgets to keep their spending in check. They should take note of monthly expenses such as groceries, utilities, and memberships. They should set an upper limit on the dollars spent each month ...

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New Years Resolutions for a Fiscally Healthy Year

Getting to a place in your life where you consider yourself fiscally healthy can seem like a challenge. The key is to take bite-size pieces and accomplish them one small habit at a time. Let's take a look at some of the steps you can make in the new year. · 1. Set up a Budget · B ...

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Calculating How Much Home You Can Afford

When looking at blogs about buying a home, you’ll often find them discussing how you can budget to afford a new home. The problem with many of these blogs is that they fail to mention how you can actually figure out what you can afford. I just recently published a blog about budg ...

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Budgeting To Buy A New Car

Buying a brand new car is not cheap. They typically cost thousands of dollars, and you’re more than likely not going to be able to cover the entire cost of your new vehicle right away, meaning you’ll have to do some sort of payment plan. This means you’ll likely have to budget in ...

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Calculating How Much Home You Can Afford

When looking at blogs about buying a home, you’ll often find them discussing how you can budget to afford a new home. The problem with many of these blogs is that they fail to mention how you can actually figure out what you can afford. I just recently published a blog about budg ...

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Budgeting Tips for Your Next Vacation

Whether you are traveling as a family, couple, or by yourself, it’s important to establish a vacation budget. Before you set off on your next big adventure, make sure all your financial affairs are taken care of. Taking a vacation is a big money commitment, but budgeting correctl ...

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Budgeting Tips During a Pandemic

As the world is thrown into a new normal due to a pandemic, it’s easy for many aspects of our lives to fall out of whack. For the most part, many citizens have lost their jobs and are struggling to obtain unemployment benefits. In these times of health and financial uncertainty, ...

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Becoming Financially Stable as New Parents

Becoming a parent is a big step in life with an immense amount of responsibility. It can be an incredibly happy time for new parents, but just as equally stressful. With hospital bills, diapers, formula, and starting a savings account for the child’s future, it is an overwhelming ...

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Small and Simple Ways to Save Money

Saving money can sometimes be difficult. Even though you want to start a savings account or dedicate more money to be put away for a rainy day, life has a tendency to get in the way. We find ourselves spending a little too much on groceries or spontaneous buys which could have go ...

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Saving Money as a Single Parent

Whether you are a mother or a father, being a single parent can be the greatest challenge. With all the obstacles and responsibilities of two parents, they need to handle by themselves. One of these responsibilities is handling the family finances. As a single parent, it can be h ...

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How to Begin Saving for College

As a parent, one of your biggest dreams for them is to attend college. Since you attended school, the price of tuition has skyrocketed. Every day there are new articles and stories warning how expensive college is and the amount of debt that students are in because of it. This is ...

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How to Create a Family Budget

Creating a family budget is a great way to track and manage income and spending, set attainable monetary goals, and, most importantly, keep everyone in the house on the same financial page. There are many different ways to create a family budget, but the following pointers provid ...

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How to Develop Healthy Money Habits in College

To become a financially stable adult, you need to develop healthy spending habits early on in your life. Remember, your spending habits will eventually make or break your credit score, determine the amount of money in your bank account, and can even negatively impact your levels ...

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How to Talk to Your Teenager About Money

Teenagers are at an important stage in life. They are no longer children, nor are they necessarily adults. The teen years are an important time to begin providing adult advice, and one of the most important subjects to discuss with these future adults is money. Financial literacy ...

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How to Get a Perfect Credit Score

Earning the perfect credit score is an excellent way to ease financial difficulties, and not just because it greatly increases the likelihood that you’ll be eligible for financial perks like low-interest loans and mortgage pre-approval. If you’ve managed to clinch a FICO credit s ...

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5 Tips for Quickly Paying Off Your Student Loans

Do you or does someone you know have student loan debt? You’re not alone. American borrowers owe more than $1.48 trillion in student loan debt. Student loans can be stressful, but the following tips will help you pay off your loans! · Organize and Research Your Loans · First, mak ...

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Seven Money Mistakes Parents Make And How To Avoid Them

Parents have to make many decisions in their life and many of those involve money. Here are seven money mistakes that parents have been known to make: · Delaying College Savings · The cost of tuition at many colleges has continued to increase in the past few years. If parents don ...

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Managing Money for Millennials

When it comes to managing your finances, it’s important to have a plan. According to a recent study from US Bank, however, thirty-six percent of millenials are just “winging it” when it comes to their personal finances. Don’t fall into this trap. The following steps will help you ...

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Financially Preparing for the Birth of a Baby

The birth of your child is an extremely exciting time, but it comes with a variety of different costs. By preparing your finances ahead of time, you’ll have a smoother transition into parenthood. · Learn About Your Health Insurance · Even with health insurance, having a baby is e ...

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