Ask Yourself This One Question to Cut Back on Spending

Published on Jul 15 2013 // Debt, Savings, Shopping
Every day, marketers wear at our resolve.  You may resolve to be smart with your money, but then you see the latest gizmo, and you decide it would make your life so much easier.  Then you use it once or twice, and after that it sits in a cupboard. Or, you check out your favorite store and see a big...

Job Hunting? You May Be Able to Get a Tax Deduction

Published on Feb 01 2012 // Taxes
Job Hunting? You May Be Able to Get a Tax Deduction
In this economy, many people are job searching, which can be expensive.  Between paying for resume quality paper, mailing out resumes and traveling to interviews, the search for a job can cost you quite a bit during a time when you can least afford it.  Whether you have been laid off or are simply...

Itemized Deductions vs. Standard Deduction

Published on Jan 26 2012 // Taxes
Itemized Deductions vs. Standard Deduction
How do I decide which tax form to file? Whichever one leaves me with the most money in my pocket, obviously. But how do I decide which tax form will give me the most money? Apparently, it all comes down to deductions. As a young married couple of two, do we file the standard deduction of $11,600 for...
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