Tax Refund Direct Deposit

As much fun as it is to hold your tax refund check in your hands and rub them together with glee, direct deposit is a simpler and faster method of receiving your refund. It may be safer as well. Not only will you be spared the possibility of someone stealing your check out of the…
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Average Millennial Chooses Home Purchase In The Suburbs Over Renting

According to a survey conducted by the National Association of Realtors (NAR), millennials, often categorized as a generation of renters, have begun making the shift to purchasing homes. Most of these homes, unlike the apartments they often rent, are in the suburbs rather than in urban areas. The 2016 Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends…
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9 Considerations For Couples Filing Their Taxes

Married couples have the choice of filing their taxes jointly or separately. What is the best option for you and your spouse? Generally, it is to file jointly – but there are several factors to consider before making your choice. Obviously, the first hurdle is that you have to be married. For tax purposes, you…
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The ROI Of College: Student Debt Vs. Retirement Savings

$30,000 Student Debt Results In Loss Of $325,000 Retirement Savings Student debt has reached alarming levels in the U.S. As of mid-November 2015,MarketWatch estimated the total student debt to be just under $1.32 trillion and growing at a rate of just over $2,726 per second. Various sources report that the average college graduate from the…
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8 Biggest Mistakes In Tax Planning

Planning pays off in most endeavors, and planning can pay off very well with respect to taxes — or more accurately, failure to plan can cost you a lot of money. How, you ask? Consider these eight examples of planning failures that can lead to unpleasant tax surprises. 1. Poor Organization – Do you organize…
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