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Your Money Adviser: A New Tax Scam, and Tips on How to Deal With It

A big deposit from the I.R.S. unexpectedly shows up in your bank account. What should you do? First off, don’t spend it. You may be a victim of identity fraud.

Your Money: The (Long) List of Financial Documents You Should Keep

Won’t be itemizing your deductions under the new tax bill? That doesn’t mean there won’t be piles of paper stacked up on your dining room table.

How to Master and Maximize Your Bank Accounts Together

Ready to merge finances, but don’t know where to start? Find how you can master your bank accounts together and get the most out your hard earned money!  Master Your Bank […] The post How to Master and Maximize Your Bank Accounts Together appeared first on Couple Money.

On “Falling Off the Wagon”

There have been so many times over the years when I’ve been caught up in the heat of the moment and spent more money than I should have. I either splurged on something completely forgettable or I bought something that I really didn’t need and wouldn’t have even wanted had I given it more reflection. Show More Summary

Why Spending Money on Your Website Doesn’t Guarantee Visitors

So … you’ve spent money on the best web developers and graphic designers to make your website look and function spectacularly. Good! But before you expect the visitors to come pouring in, there’s much more work to be done. How will people find your flashy new website? The Internet is positively saturated with other great […]

Strategies If You Can’t Make 401(k) Contributions During Your First Year

Check out The Biglaw Investor or read Strategies If You Can’t Make 401(k) Contributions During Your First Year You’re a recent grad starting at your first job, or someone who recently switched careers, and you’re eager to get started saving as much money on taxes as you can. Show More Summary

How to Keep Student Loans From Wrecking Your Retirement

Student loans are not just a burden to young college grads, but to those nearing retirement age as well. Many Americans who have to choose between saving for retirement and paying for a child's college education opt for the latter. That can be a problem. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau...

Why I’m Obsessed With Cemeteries

I have a weird new habit guys, and I’m going to tell you all about it because my wife can’t stand hearing about it anymore :) > > Why? They’re so peaceful! Thousands of people there and no one talking!! They make you appreciate the crap out of living. Because spoiler alert: everyone in the cemetery […]

7 Questions to Ask Before Moving Out of State

Growing up in Pennsylvania, I learned to dread the winter months. The cold and snow would leave me feeling depressed and miserable. I dreamed of moving somewhere warmer, but I was afraid of the high cost. After months of waffling back and forth and saving every dime I could, I finally took the...

Yes, Affordable Family Travel Is Possible

Traveling with kids can seem prohibitively expensive. Considering a family of four may have to pay for four flights, hotel rooms, activities, and food, a staycation may seem like the only type of travel that fits your budget. But you could be missing out if you assume you can’t afford...

Best Money Tips: 5 Alternatives to Bitcoin

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on alternatives to Bitcoin you should know about, how to get the best deal on a mortgage, and storage ideas for bathrooms. Top 5 Articles 5 Alternatives To Bitcoin You Should Know About — Bitcoin is not the only...

Personal Loans For Career Education—Where To Look If You Need To Finance Further Education

Career education is for those looking to change careers or advance in their current field. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to finance certificate or training programs. Here's where to look. Personal Loans For Career Education—Where To Look If You Need To Finance Further Education appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

How to Dress for Success Before You're Successful

Designer suits, handbags, shoes, and accessories — these are often visual displays of wealth and success. Unfortunately, when looking for our next big opportunity, interviewers expect us to dress the part before we're actually making the kind of money required to do so. Luckily, you don't...

Money Diary: A Quick Getaway

Occupation: Copywriter Industry: Digital Marketing Age: 29 Location: Indianapolis, IN Paycheck (BiWeekly): $2,100/mo after HSA and 401(k) removed Monthly Expenses: Rent: $462.50 Car lease: $300 Insurances: $85 All other expenses Utilities:...Show More Summary

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Overcoming the Financial Difficulties of Health Hurdles: Highlights from Our Chat with Family Reach

Family Reach and the Foundation for Financial Planning joined us for our #WBChat on February 22nd to share insights on how to overcome the financial difficulties of health hurdles. Our #CRFT #WBChat featured practical tips that our chatters could use in the event they need to navigate the financial...

What the tax pros say you should do before heading their way

Take these steps first to make sure you're getting the most out of having someone do your taxes.

Make Your Savings Account Untouchable

Everyone should have a savings account. But make sure you only use it for the goals you have and not when you're strapped for cash. Here's how to make your savings account untouchable. Make Your Savings Account Untouchable appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

Status Update

Just a quick note to let you all know that my “work vacation” is going well. I’m in the middle of 7-10 days off from publishing new money articles here to focus exclusively on the business side of the blog. So far, so good. I’m getting tons done because I know I don’t have to […] The post Status Update appeared first on Get Rich Slowly.

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