Archive for the Cost-Savings Tips Category

Zombie Billing: Automatic Payments Have a Life of Their Own

Zombie Billing: Automatic Payments Have a Life of Their Own The turn it on and forget it nature of automatic payments can create “zombie billing” cycles that go on without being reviewed or challenged, even after the product or service you pay for is no longer of

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Use Your Tax Refund Wisely

Three of every four Americans got a refund check last year and the average amount was $2,777, according to IRS statistics. Because the amount of a refund is often uncertain, we may be tempted to spend it without too much planning. One way to counteract this natural

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Five Money-Saving Things to Do Before Ringing Out 2016

Hopefully you’re having a wonderful December with all of the holidays and parties this month. And if you’ve spent too much on gifts and decorations, never fear. Here are six ways to save on your accounting and taxes. But hurry, you only have until year-end to cash

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Holiday Money Savings Tips

To many the holidays are “the most wonderful time of the year” but, to those on a tight budget the holidays can be very stressful. Why not save money this season by following some of these easy tips: Holiday Cards: send a holiday postcard rather than a

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NEW! College Aid Financial Package (FAFSA) Timing

Annual FAFSA filing availability is now If you have a child in college or entering college during the next school year, you need to read this. The time to apply for federal financial aid is now. The new application timeframe The Free Application for Federal Student Aid

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Ideas to Manage the Burden of Student Debt

Each year a new crop of graduating high school seniors begin their collegiate careers while college graduates consider the opportunities that graduate school provides. As a result, the mountain of student debt continues to build. While this debt is unavoidable, here are some ideas to help make

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Start Planning Now for 2014 Income Taxes

You may not have even completed your 2013 taxes yet. But now is an ideal time to start getting ready for your 2014 returns. We know that you’re in some stage of preparation for your 2013 income taxes. It may seem odd to start thinking about 2014

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Leasing Versus Buying a Car

Knowing the tricks makes you a better buyer There are many reasons for you to lease a car versus buy a car, but too often it is the auto dealer’s profit motive that determines which method you use. To help make sure you do not become a

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Five Fall Projects to Refresh Your Financial Results

As we move into the fall season and the final quarter of the year, it’s a perfect time to commit to a project in your business that will help you reach the year’s end in better shape.  Here are five ideas:   1.     Back-to-School Time If payroll expenses

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Avoid the Gambling Winnings Tax Surprise

With the increased popularity of lotteries and casinos, more unsuspecting winners are experiencing a lucky payday only to end up with a huge tax head-ache when filing their income taxes. Here is what you need to know: Look for the warning signs You are required to report

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