Act Now To Save On Holiday Gifts – Before Halloween

It may be annoying to see Christmas displays in stores before Halloween, but that does not mean that early shopping for Christmas presents is a bad idea. On the contrary — there are several advantages to doing your holiday shopping before the holiday “sales” start popping up. You can save money without having to fight…
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How Much You Should Save Based On Your Income

There are plenty of generic suggestions about how much money you should have in a “rainy-day” fund to deal with unexpected expenses or an income loss. Typically it is around three to six months income saved in an accessible liquid form such as savings/checking accounts or money market accounts. Ignoring the question of whether most…
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Avoid Taxes On Your Home Sale Legally

The “basis” of your home is the value of your home for tax purposes. Your original cost basis is the amount of money that you paid for your home. As time goes by, events adjust this cost basis in either direction. Examples include appreciation or depreciation, improvements to your home, or damages that cause a…
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Secrets From Successful Home-Based Business Entrepreneurs

Want some tips and tricks for working from home from successful entrepreneurs? Check out the infographic above. All of these, plus much more, can be found in the free eBook, The Modern Entrepreneur: Secrets to Building a Thriving Business from Home. Want more secrets, as well as profiles and survey results of successful home-based entrepreneurs?…
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Health Plan Costs Jump Again

As the open enrollment period for 2016 health insurance draws near, you may be re-evaluating the Affordable Care Act and how it affects you. It is easy to start a spirited argument on the subject, but one thing is not up for debate: multiple surveys and articles report that the cost of health care insurance…
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