Do you feel just a little (or a lot) frenzied when Tax Day looms? Many of us do. But you can regain some calm by getting organized so you can make tax filing faster and less frustrating. These simple steps can help.
The average cost of tuition and fees at a public, four-year college has been steadily increasing. Many forms of financial aid are available to supplement your college saving plan. It’s never too early to start exploring and comparing your options.
The holiday season is a traditional time to give, not only to family and friends, but also to your favorite charitable causes. And while giving is good for its own sake, it doesn’t hurt to enjoy some tax deductions in exchange for your philanthropic endeavors. The ideas can help you with both.
Identity theft can take a toll on your emotional and financial health. Protecting yourself starts with being proactive: Educating yourself on ways to safeguard your financial security and recognizing important warning signs. Here are five red flags that could signal identity theft, along with six steps to take to protect your financial information.
Contributing to an individual retirement account (IRA) can be a tax-advantaged way to set money aside for your post-career life. As long as you follow a few golden rules to make your money work harder for you, that is. Here, we share five of the most common — and potentially costly — IRA mistakes to avoid.
Consumers have another tool in their arsenal to protect against fraud. Chip cards generate a unique, one-time code that is needed for each transaction to be approved. Learn more about how the new technology works.
Even in the 21st century, there is fear of automation. Customers worry about losing the personal touch, employees worry about being replaced. Be strategic about the steps you take and alleviate the fear.
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