10 most commonly asked tax questions

Many people who prepare their own tax returns aren’t real tax professionals, they're just ordinary people looking to save a few bucks.  Therefore, at some point they’re bound to get confused and...

Sneaky ways your clutter is costing you money

There are a million ways you can ruin your budget.  Whether it's your morning coffee run or some other impulse purchase, we all have habits that slowly drain our bank account.  However, the last...

Productive ways to use your free time

Normally when people have free time, most of it is spent watching TV.  We grab a snack, a comfy spot on the couch and start binge-watching episodes of our favorite show until we pass out.  While...

5 ways to lower your cable bill

Cable prices are starting to get out of hand.  The average bill is around $100 per month and continuing to rise.  Even if the rate only jumps a small percentage, eventually those increases can start...

6 everyday items that are dirtier than your toilet seat

Take a quick stroll into a public restroom and you already know how dirty toilets can be.  But how’d you feel if we told you that some of the things you touch daily have even more germs? ...

Can a reverse mortgage help you have a better retirement?

Three years ago, Loxahatchee resident James Gamble was preparing for retirement. His home was paid off, he wasn't married, and he has no children needing an inheritance. So to finance his retirement -- and a summer home in West Virginia -- Gamble took out a reverse...

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Home buyers who missed tax credit coming out ahead

Home shoppers who missed the April 30 deadline for a housing tax credit might have the last laugh. For a variety of reasons, they could end up saving more than the $8,000 they could have received from the tax refund: In some neighborhoods and price ranges, sellers are...

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Lawmakers improve student loan program

Some college graduates who need help paying student loans have been slighted when they apply for federal assistance, experts say. But changes that go into effect Thursday could help. Launched last July, the government's Income-Based Repayment program caps graduates'...

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