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Archives for July 2016

Top Money-Saving Tips for College Graduates

A few months ago the thought of walking across that commencement stage may have left you feeling anxious with anticipation over the prospect of leaving your protected college bubble. And now, as you’re quickly becoming acclimated with the “real world”, there’s a good chance you’re sporting your best grown-up outfit and hoping if you dress […]

Cheap Summer Activities for Adults and Families

Summer is the season of doing. Household projects, vacations, exercise and all varieties of entertainment tend to take center stage from June to August. But, how do you pay for it all? Short of taking out a loan, you may need to cut some expenses in order to give you and your family a summer […]

Five Big Tax Mistakes Small Business Owners Make

How you handle your recordkeeping and taxes can make a big difference in your success as a small business owner. Make sure to avoid these common tax mistakes small business owners make:

How to Repay Federal Student Loans

Did you know almost 43 million Americans have federal student loans? With nearly $1.3 trillion in total student loan debt, many Americans are financially strapped by their student loan debt. And when it seems like those monthly payments are eating up most of your paycheck, the road to getting them paid off can be long and stressful. […]

Your Post-Grad Money Checklist — Are You Prepared?

After 12 years in school and another 4 years of college, you finally earned the right to toss your graduation cap in the air in celebration, only to have it come crashing down to the overwhelming reality of student loan debt, sky high living costs and major “adulting” decisions you feel painfully unprepared to handle. […]

3 Easy Ways to Avoid Paying A Gift Tax

If you give away generous sums of money to a friend or family member, you may be required to pay a gift tax to the IRS.  However, with a little planning, you can afford to be quite generous before you have to break out Form 709 to report the amount and be on the line […]