Today we found some stellar articles on tax loopholes, handling a part time side business, and beating burnout as a working grad student.
by: Ashley Jacobs | channel: Taxes
Today we found some great articles on tax deductions for employees who work from home, creating a spending plan, and what matters in matters of love and finance.
Simply being poor can add to a family's cost of living. But the solution isn't necessarily increasing wealth...it's improving skills.
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Personal Finance
Turn your refund into smart investments that will grow over time.
by: Darwins Money | channel: Taxes
Confused by taxes? Now you can get free professional help from a variety of surprising sources.
by: Meg Favreau | channel: Taxes
Your first tax return can be a breeze if you follow these simple steps.
Your IRA and 401(k) (or 403(b) if you work for a non-profit) are great tools for deferring taxes, and have other advantages as well. But because they're labeled "retirement" accou
Shopping for goods isn't Dungeons & Dragons, but it's still an adventure. Like D&D dice, modifiers affect the end result of what happens to you — specifically, how much you spend.
by: Torley Wong | channel: Shopping
A lot of taxpayers missed out on getting their IRS economic stimulus rebate last year, even though they qualified. If you're one of them, you'll be glad to know that there's a way
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Taxes
In my last article I wrote about the one aspect of the $300 billion dollar housing bailout that I thought made sense, but the full text of the bill known as H.R. 3221 is over 700
by: Xin Lu | channel: Personal Finance, Consumer Affairs, Real Estate and Housing, Taxes
As you’re no doubt aware, President Bush has created an economic stimulus package in the hopes of stalling the impending recession (or if you believe some, depression) that’s on th
by: Paul Michael | channel: Personal Finance, Taxes
You can lower your cell phone bill by moving your cell phone to a state with lower taxes (unless, of course, you already live in said state).
by: Andrea Karim | channel: Shopping
Fidelity.com is offering its registered visitors 35% off TurboTax online. Registration is free. Just click on the link "visitors" on the bottom left-hand corner. [more]
by: Will Chen | channel: Deals
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