If you filed a tax extension in April, that was probably the last time you thought about your taxes. Now that October 15 is coming closer, it’s time to get back into that mode because your taxes will be due soon. Very soon.
Many last minute vacations can be expensive, as many things, like flights, go up in price if you buy them last minute. There are, however, still a few ways to go on that last summer vacation on the cheap.
If you’re the parent to little ones going back to school, you’re probably thinking about all the money you’ll have to spend on various supplies. Fortunately, now that it’s time to consider your back to school shopping, it’s also time to check the dates of your state’s local sales tax holidays, if available.
I remember one of my first summer jobs. It was the summer after my sophomore year of college and I was working at a fancy tech start-up in Manhattan. I was thrilled because I was making close to $20 an...
Congratulations on your nuptials – getting married is a very exciting time and while I don’t want to damper it with talk of taxes, what better time than when you have the fond memories of a wedding still fresh in your mind.
Here are 5 things you should do now, to get ahead of the curve for next year’s taxes.
The big financial challenge with life after college has to do with the first decisions you’ll make immediately out of school. You won’t have much money, even if you secured a job with a signing bonus. So let’s take a look at some of the areas you can save some cash.