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The end of 2023 will be here before you know it. Don’t let the end of the year get here before you’ve done everything you can to maximize your finances heading into 2024!
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College freshmen across the country are heading to campus for the first time this month. It’s an exciting time for students full of potential and possibility. It’s also a great time to really start thinking about your financial future.
Despite reassuring words from U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen recently that the nation will avoid a recession this year, there’s no guarantee that we won’t find ourselves in one by the end of 2023. That means now is a good time to start preparing your finances in case a recession hits.
After four (or more) years of hard work, thousands of college seniors will finally walk across the stage, receive their diplomas, and enter the working world. Here are five pieces of financial advice for every graduate to consider.
Tax Day 2023 will be here shortly. While everyone's gathering together their W2s, Form 1098-Es, and business receipts, there is still time to make an impact on what you owe in 2023. And it’s a double whammy because it also means you’re saving for the future.
During the month of February, a lot of new couples will look to take the next step in their relationship; talking about finances. Money is cited as one of the main reasons that couples part ways, so it’s important to have an open dialogue about your finances.
The end of 2021 is now less than two months away. While we all have plenty on our to-do lists -- especially for the holidays -- there’s one more thing we should all take the time to do, review our employee benefits.
Whether you’re married, plan to be, or not, it’s important for women to have a financial plan of their own or be involved in your family’s plan.
You may not care that much about your credit score while in college, but after graduation, it’s going to be just as important as that diploma you’re working toward.
By now everyone should be aware that the IRS pushed back the tax filing deadline for 2020 due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While many Americans have already filed their returns, millions have not.
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