Most Americans prefer getting their return ready and filing as quick as possible. However, we should all take the time to learn more about how we can get the most out of our tax return. Make sure to take the following into consideration: 1. Use the right filing status Single filing status: Unmarried, legally separated or divorced.
We’ve all been there. We know the feeling. It’s Friday, and you are beside yourself with excitement. You just got paid, and now you want to play! But easy there, tiger. Don’t go spending that all in one place. If you keep that up, you’ll either never retire and must work forever, or you will
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Is this generation financially stable? Most of us graduated college and hoped for the best. For some people, things went great while others could definitely have used some guidance.
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“I’m going to start cutting back on expenses next week… This is the last time I pay for this… I’ll set some aside next month.” At one point or another, we’ve all said something similar to ourselves. Often times, these resolutions are forgotten. Sometimes we have to take a more proactive approach. These not-so-common techniques
Student debt should not hold you back from life. See these six strategies/tips to minimize, manage, and have your debt forgiven or pay off your loan faster.