Places that will pay you to live there

Some cities and states are so desperate for new faces that they’re offering all kinds of incentives to lure people in.  Take Vermont for instance.  The state recently passed a bill saying they’ll...

7 tricks for going out without going broke

When you’re on a budget, there’s always this conflict of “Do I go out and have fun or stay home and save?”.  On one hand you want to be financially responsible because you have goals to achieve. ...

9 tips to sharpen your time management skills

Time management is something many of us aren’t very skilled at.  What typically happens is you think you have all the time in the world, so you procrastinate.  Then you freak out when it becomes...

Rebuilding your financial life after divorce

Not everyone who says “I do” goes on to live happily ever after.  Studies show that 40 to 50 percent of U.S. marriages end in divorce.  The rate is even higher for those who choose to remarry. ...

Foods you can still eat past the expiration date

Whether you’re preparing for the apocalypse or taking advantage of a good deal, you don’t want your stockpile to spoil before you get a chance to use it.  Despite what the label says, most foods are...
Make 2018 the year you keep your New Year’s resolutions

Make 2018 the year you keep your New Year’s resolutions

As the New Year approaches, it's time to start thinking about what you want to accomplish in 2018. If you’ve had a hard time sticking to your resolutions in the past, we have some tips that are sure to increase the odds of your success this year. Choose goals that are...

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5 ways to boost your tax refund

5 ways to boost your tax refund

It's no surprise that every taxpayer wants to pay less tax and get a bigger refund.  And even though you get the biggest possible refund when you file with ezTaxReturn, it doesn’t hurt to familiarize yourself with some tax boosting strategies. Reconsider your filing...

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Drowning in debt?  Here’s how to stay afloat

Drowning in debt? Here’s how to stay afloat

The average American household carries $15,654 of credit card debt, as revealed by NerdWallet in its recent study, "American Household Credit Card Debt Statistics: 2017".  If you’re one of the many people drowning in debt and looking for a way out, why not consider...

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