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Financial Literacy Month Review

Since 2003, April has been designated as Financial Literacy Month, and for the entire month, we’ve been publishing a tip a day on our… 712 more words

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Tax Day 2016 By The Numbers

With Tax Day less than a week away, the personal finance website WalletHub today released its Tax Day 2016 By The Numbers report, which features an infographic filled with fun facts as well as insights from a panel of leading tax experts. 83 more words

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Spring Clean Your Finances...Starting With Your Tax Refund

It’s that time of the year again when everyone gets busy collecting receipts, 1099s, W-2s, and other financials with the April 18th tax filing cutoff fast-approaching. 524 more words


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A financial planning firm like ours thrives on the ability to help people save more, pay down debt, and budget more efficiently. But we aren’t able to do any of those things if clients aren’t willing to meet with us. 938 more words

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Are Student Loans Dischargeable When You File for Bankruptcy?

… not all debts are dischargeable and in certain cases, bankruptcy actually stands far away from being a solution to debt problems

The law is clear when it comes to student loan debt: 40 more words


Spring Cleaning Finances: 1 in 3 Americans Has $0 Saved For Retirement

One in three Americans has absolutely nothing saved for retirement, according to a survey of over 4,500 people by personal finance website GOBankingRates.com.

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No.1 Thing Americans Plan to Do With Their Tax Refund

According to the latest survey conducted by leading personal finance website GOBankingRates.com, three out of four Americans expecting a tax refund this year plan to save the money or use it to pay off debt. 145 more words

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