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Financial Advice All High School and College Graduates Must Know

Financial Advice All Recent Graduates Must Know

Graduation is a thrilling and terrifying time for high school and college graduates alike. Even with four significant years separating those monumental moments, five basic pieces of financial wisdom hold true for both sets of graduates. Financial advice for recent graduates:

10 Things to Consider Before Buying Your First Home

10 Things to Consider Before Buying Your First Home - TaxACT Blog

For most individuals and families, buying a home represents the biggest purchase they will ever make. While buying a house can be a terrific investment, it should be done with great prudence, planning and comparison shopping. When is the best time to buy? How can you get the lowest interest rate on a mortgage? How […]

4 Tips on How to Improve Your Credit Score

4 Tips for How to Improve Your Credit Score - TaxACT

Your credit report and credit score are two of the most vital measurements of your financial health. Tweet this Properly caring for them puts you in the position to save thousands of dollars during the course of your life. Why? Because your credit report and credit score play a large role in determining how high […]

Is Cancelled Debt Taxable?

Is Cancelled Debt Taxable? - TaxACT

If a credit card company or other creditor cancels your debt, that’s really good news, right? Such cancellation of debt usually happens when the creditor gives up on collecting the debt, or when the statute of limitations on collecting the debt runs out. Cancellation of debt is not all positive news, however. Aside from the […]

Why Your Credit Report Matters When It Comes to Your Home and Auto Insurance

Why Your Credit Report Matters When It Comes to Your Home and Auto Insurance - TaxACT

It’s no secret that your credit report plays a big role in how much you pay for your car or home. The better your credit score, the lower the interest rate on your mortgage or car loan and the lower your payments. That makes sense. But did you know your credit report also affects how […]

The Sixty-Minute Money Workout

Sixty-Minute Money Workout

How would you like to be financially transformed in only one hour per week? When my husband, Bob, and I were first married we didn’t like to say that we “argued” about money. Since he was a born spender and I was a born saver it was natural that learning to manage money as a […]

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