If you were unpleasantly surprised by the amount of tax you owed or the amount of your tax refund when you filed your 2018 tax return, it may be time to check your withholding. It may also be time if there are changes in your life or financial situation that affect your tax liability. For…
Did you charge up a storm getting ready for the new school year? Before too much interest accrues on your balances, put a strategy in place to pay off your debt. We offer options in this Question of the Week.
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Socially responsible investing may allow you to further both your own economic interests and a greater good, in whatever way you define that term. We explain in this Question of the Week.
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Follow these money-saving tips when planning your next vacation to help make it more affordable. 1. Join a Frequent Flyer Program It will probably take time to accumulate frequent flyer points, but the perks can be worth it. Depending on the program, rewards can include cheaper fares, upgrades, free companion tickets, and more. 2. Be…
If you are one of the 16.5 million people who rely on contingent or alternative work arrangements, you need to pay close attention to your finances in order to make up for any gaps in earnings that may occur between jobs. We explain in this Question of the Week.