4 smart things to do with your tax refund

With the average refund standing close to $3,000, you probably already started thinking of all the ways to spend your windfall.  Contrary to popular belief, not everyone runs straight to the mall...

How to declutter your life in 9 easy steps

Not everyone is a natural born neat freak. There are some of us who just seem to be surrounded by "stuff" everywhere we go. Whether it's stacks of napkins in the car, piles of paper waiting to be...

Young and broke: How to travel the world with little money

Want to explore the world but have limited funds?  Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to be rich to travel.  You just have to plan ahead and think outside the box.  Yes, you’ll have to skip...

Feeling doubtful? 6 tricks to instantly feel more confident

Sometimes we're our own worst critic.  We see all these people doing wonderful things and we worry that we won't be able to measure up.  The reality is nobody feels confident 100 percent of the...

5 sleep tricks to doze off faster

A big part of living a healthy lifestyle is getting adequate rest.  Ideally, you want to doze off for at least 7 hours a day.  Unfortunately, 35 percent of adults aren't getting enough shut eye and...
5 tax breaks for education expenses

5 tax breaks for education expenses

With college tuition on the rise, furthering your education won’t come cheap.  According to College Board, in-state students paid an average of $9,970 to attend a public four-year college from 2017-2018.  The good news is Uncle Sam offers education tax benefits that...

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Received an IRS notice?  Here’s what to do

Received an IRS notice? Here’s what to do

Every year the IRS sends notices to millions of taxpayers regarding unpaid balances, changes to their return and other tax-related issues.  If you’re one of the lucky recipients, don’t panic.  Most notices can be easily handled without visiting your local IRS office. ...

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Made a tax mistake?  Amend your return

Made a tax mistake? Amend your return

Did you notice a mistake on your taxes after you filed?  Depending on your situation, you may have to amend your return.  Don’t worry about math errors, the IRS will automatically correct those kinds of mistakes.  Filing an amendment is only necessary if you need to...

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