By the first or second week of February, you should have received informational statements from every employer you worked for last year. You should have also have received statements from places that paid you or to whom you made tax-related payments. By keeping these forms handy and grouping them by type, you can make preparing […]
Student loan interest rates are doubling! Should we panic yet? Or is this just the scare of the month? It’s a little of both, actually. Here’s how the student loan interest rate change may affect you.
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Updated for tax year 2015 Do you have children? Though your little bundle of joy taps into your pocket book throughout the year, but during tax time, they can help you put money back into your pockets. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, it will cost a middle-income family approximately $226,920 to raise a […]