Everyone is still enjoying their summer and a large portion of the country will not only be spending money on themselves, but also be finding ways to give to others this summer. This article will hopefully encourage you to think of different ways to give as well as help ensure that your donations earn you the benefit of a tax deduction. Full story
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Before your eyes glaze over at the thought of doing a budget, let me share with you the magic that can happen with your finances when you actually sit down to look at your money situation and plan your spending. Full story
Congratulations on graduating college! Have you thought about your retirement? When it comes to saving for your retirement, the earlier you get started, the better off you’ll be.
The verdict appears to be in, Millennials love a good summertime deal. How exactly are the Millennials accomplishing this feat? What’s the best way to save money in this digital day and age? Full story
Welcoming a new child into your family is a mixture of joy, excitement, and added responsibility. But even if you’re exhausted from the midnight feedings, make sure to take the time to follow these important tax tips for new parents. Full story
The kids are out of school, the air has warmed up, the swimming pools are packed, and everyone wants to find something fun to do. We’re all looking for an enjoyable summer this year, but that doesn’t mean you have to break the bank. Full story
Are you a new or soon to be new Dad? Congratulations! You’ve probably heard that it can also be a pretty expensive time. But there are some ways to save money as a new parent. Let’s look at a few savings tips for you, the new dad. Full story
There’s plenty of misinformation circling around out there about IRS audits. It’s time to clear the air and get the facts. Full story
Congratulations, class of 2014! Here are 6 tax and financial tips to keep you headed in the right direction as you move into this next phase of life. Full story
Whether you forgot, transposed numbers, or you received essential paperwork after you filed, you can still amend your tax return, but here are some things you need to know about whether you should amend or not.