7 money challenges to save up to $10,000 in one year

Ready to start building your savings?  If the answer's yes, then it's time to put your money where your mouth is.  We've scoured the internet looking for the best money saving challenges and...

4 ways to get a faster tax refund

Uncle Sam has held on to your money long enough.  Get the fastest possible refund when you do your taxes this year.  We have 4 tricks that are guaranteed to speed up the refund process. File early...

How to have the best year of your life in 5 easy steps

At the start of the year, there are always a bunch of “New Year, New Me” memes floating around on social media.  Everyone likes to claim that they're going to start chasing their dreams and living...

6 habits of people who are always broke

For the average Joe, it can be hard to understand how celebrities who’ve made millions can suddenly find themselves broke.  But it can happen to anyone.  Earning all the money in the world won’t...

5 great reasons to e-file your taxes

Plan to paper file your taxes this year?  If so, you’re wasting your time.  E-filing is the faster, easier and better way to do your taxes.  Once you try it, you’ll never go back to paper again. ...
6 ways to save on car maintenance

6 ways to save on car maintenance

For most people, transportation is one of the largest monthly expenses.  According to AAA, the average cost of owning and operating a vehicle in 2017 is $8,469/year.  That’s a huge chunk of cash but there are some ways to keep your car rolling for less. Use the...

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Surprising things you probably didn’t know were taxable

Surprising things you probably didn’t know were taxable

Let's say you’re walking down the street and out the corner of your eye you spot a $100 bill on the ground.  Finders keepers, right?  Not so fast.  Whether you find money or property, the IRS expects you to report your windfall, so they can tax you accordingly.  But...

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7 things smart people never pay full price for

7 things smart people never pay full price for

The next time you get embarrassed about whipping out a coupon, remind yourself that even the world’s richest people have frugal spending habits.  IKEA’s founder Ingvar Kamprad is worth $48.1B and still flies economy instead of first-class or private jet.  He obviously...

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