America is in a debt crisis, and we are catching up to our own GDP. The contentious question of how to pay off this debt is examined below. Would it be feasible to tax the American people enough to erase our debt? Let’s take a look.
Want to be sweet to your sweetie but don’t want to (or can’t afford) spend the big bucks? No problem. Just like the saying, “The best gifts come in small packages” doesn’t refer to Tiffany’s®, it really is the thought that counts. Still, I don’t expect you to take my word for it. Here are five inexpensive ways to share your love without crushing your budget—try a couple and comment your (and your partner’s) experience.
You’ve developed a plan to safeguard your family, but what about safeguarding vital documents like your tax information? Everyone should secure their tax forms and other related financial information against the possibility of loss or damage due to natural disasters.
Credit cards aren’t necessarily a bad thing and they can be a useful financial tool, but when they go beyond being a tool and become a way to go into debt things can get out of hand quickly. In the summer months it’s easy to swipe that plastic a little more often than usual, so here are a few tips to keep you out of trouble.
For most, the deadline for filing a tax extension has passed. But what made people file an extension this year? And what’s next? Not only will this help you decide if an extension is best for you next time; it will also remind you that it’s never too early to start preparing for next year’s filing season.
Every year, without fail, my local gym gets absolutely packed around the start of the year. All the people looking to lose a few pounds as part of their New Year’s resolutions come into the gym. Within a few weeks, they start to thin out. Here are seven ways you can stick to a financial fitness regiment in 2011.