Why deal with burdensome taxes in your golden years? Make one of these tax-lenient states your new home base in retirement.
It's time to spring clean your finances. There are plenty of free tools to help you do it, but several paid apps and programs are worth a look, too.
Unexpected expenses are the worst. Get one step ahead by staying prepared for these sneaky budget busters and keep saving more.
The fines for going without health insurance are ticking up this year. Are you covered or will you pay a fine?
Tell us who is filing your taxes this year and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!
It's the season for giving — and for grabbing a few more tax deductions. Here are some easy things to donate before the end of year.
If you're reinvesting your dividends, you may be shortchanging Uncle Sam. Here's what you need to know about dividends and taxes.
A new job means a new boss, new co-workers, and new financial decisions to make. Make smart ones with this handy checklist.
A first job teaches plenty about getting and keeping a job. A first paycheck teaches us a few things about getting and keeping money, too.
You probably already hire a pro when it comes to plumbing and dentistry. Here are four common DIY tasks you probably should hire out for, too.
Before you downsize and leave town for retirement, make sure where you want to live meshes with how you want to live.
These easy to make mistakes can hurt your 401(k) — and ultimately your retirement. Are you doing any of these things?
The IRS probably won't ever audit you. Learn why that's the case, along with five other surprising facts about the government tax collectors.
Think about taxes? Now? Absolutely! The tax moves you make today can pay off big next year — and long after.
You can't put a price on the love and loyalty of a good dog… well, actually you can. Learn how having a dog can save you some real money.
You really shouldn't marry for money, but couples who say yes do help themselves financially. Discover some of the great ways you can save money if you're hitched.
April 15 is right around the corner — are you claiming all the deductions you're entitled to? Find out with this collection of sometimes missed deductions.
The average American's tax refund is about $3000. Here are 50 ways to put it to better-than-average use.
Today we found some fantastic articles on useful things to do with your tax refund money, when renting makes more sense than buying, and reasons to use a cash-only spending plan.
One quirk of the tax law is that any contributions to a Roth IRA before April 15 count against last year's limits. Here are four good reasons to open one now.
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