In my prior blog post on “12 Ways to Save on Taxes Through Life’s Transitions”, I gave you 12 tips on education, working and family life. This blog post continues with 11 more tax tips to help you save through life’s major events.
The new year is here. So much to think about and try to make happen in 2014. Don’t neglect your taxes and all the things you can do to be a more responsible and savvy tax filer. Follow these tips to save money, time, and headache when dealing with your taxes in the new year.
In a few days 2014 will be here and we are excited. With some big goals planned for this upcoming year, we’re doing a little bit of work now to ensure success. We’re taking some time to find ways to bump up our income and trim our family expenses.
With Winter officially started this weekend, the weather outside may be frightful, but there’s no reason for your heating and electric bills to be. Elle Martinez shares her tips on how save money on your heating and electric bills.
Just as it’s easy to overeat during the holidays, it’s easy to overspend, especially if you buy on credit. To help you through the holiday rush and keep your spirits bright, here are seven tips to make the most of your money, and save on your taxes to boot – now there’s a real gift!
Just when you thought Black Friday and Cyber Monday couldn’t possibly get any bigger, marketers around the country are opening earlier, offering deeper discounts, and even streaming live video online. And what’s at stake? Your sanity and your wallet. Thankfully, there are ways to take advantage of Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals and still maintain a positive balance in your bank account.
With holiday vacations fast approaching, many families are trying to make arrangements to visit their loved ones. The problem for some is that with so many other people traveling it can be expensive. I want to share some tips on how you can save on getting there and how you can lodge in style without breaking the bank.
The options for things to do which either cost a lot (or don’t cost a lot) of money, vary significantly by the season. Here’s one example of where the fall season made it really easy for me to save while having fun.
As the summer nears it’s end and kids start running off to school, you’re probably thinking that time is going to be at a premium. End of summer means the end of a casual lifestyle, even if you’re still working, when bosses are on vacation and employees are more relaxed. It’s also a perfect time to put a little extra work in this Labor Day to make sure you don’t have to labor nearly as hard.