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Weekly Favorites: Why Starting To Save At 25 Means An Extra Six Figures In Retirement

TaxACT Weekly Favorites June 27 2014

TaxACT Weekly Favorites:  June 27, 2014 Why Starting To Save At 25 Means An Extra Six Figures In Retirement via Maggie McGrath A picture might be worth a thousand words, but when it comes to the state of retirement savings for the youngest generation of workers in the U.S., the numbers create a picture that […]

Weekly Favorites: College Financing’s Secret Weapon—Granny and Grandpa, and more

TaxACT Weekly Favorites June 6

TaxACT Weekly Favorites:  June 6, 2014 Paying For College: A 21-Step Guide To Preserving Wealth via Forbes If you are the parent of a college-bound child—of any age—you should be thinking right now about how your family will finance the degree. The difference between doing it right and not doing it right could easily be […]

Weekly Favorites: Taxes From A To Z (2014): B Is For Basis, and more

TaxACT Weekly Favorites - 3/7/2014

TaxACT Weekly Favorites:  March 7, 2014 7 Tricky Tax Return Questions—Answered! via Bottom Line Publications Each new year brings tricky changes in the tax code, creating confusion when it comes time to fill out tax forms and do tax planning. Last year’s soaring stock prices and rising real estate values could further complicate these tasks […]

Weekly Favorites: The Big Capital Gains Tax Mistake Homeowners Make, plus more

Weekly Favorites October 25, 2013 - TaxACT

TaxACT Weekly Favorites:  November 1, 2013 Losing Your Identity In Five Easy Steps. Step One: Go To The Doctor. via Kelly Phillips Erb – Forbes I had just been transferred to radiology when I found myself in front of yet another receptionist with a computer. She cheerfully entered most of my information and then asked […]

Weekly Favorites: Don’t Get Sucker Punched By Your Own Debt Denial, plus more

TaxACT Weekly Favorites - October 18, 2013

TaxACT Weekly Favorites:  October 18, 2013 Don’t Get Sucker Punched By Your Own Debt Denial via Jeff Rose “Oh, we don’t have that much debt. Our house is paid off. We don’t have that many consumer loans.” These famous last words were uttered by a couple who had come to me for help with retirement planning. Or […]

Weekly Favorites: 10 Common Tax-Filing Mistakes To Avoid, plus more.

Weekly Favorites October 11 2013 - TaxACT

TaxACT Weekly Favorites:  October 11, 2013 10 Common Tax-Filing Mistakes To Avoid via Kay Bell Thanks to tax preparation software, more of us are making fewer mistakes on our annual tax returns. But still, just one slip in entering information on your computer could end up costing you, either in the form of a larger […]

Weekly Favorites: The Hidden Fees Eating Up Your Bank Balance plus more

Weekly Favorites - August 8 - TaxACT

TaxACT Weekly Favorites:  August 9, 2013 The Hidden Fees Eating Up Your Bank Balance via MarketWatch The average checking account has 30 fees, a new study finds, and one-fifth of U.S. banks still don’t provide a list of these charges before a customer submits an online application. Continue reading… 5 Groups at Greater Risk of […]