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3Apr 2014

9 Ways to Teach Teenagers About Money

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While learning budgeting skills is not likely to be a high priority for most teenagers, teaching money management skills is as essential to raising kids as reminding them to brush their teeth and eat their vegetables. If the financial crisis taught us anything, it should […]

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2Apr 2014

Are you leaving tax money on the table?

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Every year, tens of billions of dollars worth of unclaimed tax refunds and other financial assets languish in government coffers.
In addition to unclaimed tax refunds, state governments are holding onto nearly $42 billion worth of unclaimed property (uncashed paychecks, insurance payouts, unused […]

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1Apr 2014
23Mar 2014

Uncle Sam’s Easiest Tax Shelter, for the Average American

Most people think of tax shelters as being complicated, expensive strategies that only the wealthiest taxpayers use in order to cut their tax bills to Uncle Sam. But what many investors don’t know is that a very simple and easy-to-understand investment—U.S. savings bonds […]

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21Mar 2014

10 Tips for a Better Tax Season Next Year

Tax Day is one of those days you probably find yourself thinking about for weeks on end. It’s kind of like a reverse Christmas: You know it’s coming because those of us in the media have been hyping it in the press for months. You mark […]

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20Mar 2014

5 Signs You Need a New Tax Preparer

With tax season winding down, most people have already had their appointments with their tax preparers. It’s time to reflect on that experience and decide if you need to find new help for next year. Not all signs of a bad tax preparer are obvious, so don […]

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