While you should have an emergency savings fund and an eye toward your future retirement, it's OK to spend money out of your savings. So how do you save responsibly while also saving for vacation.
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If you made donations to your church, a favorite charity or another nonprofit before year-end, you may be able to write them off when you file your taxes in April.
Once you've cleaned up your finances, take a short and well-deserved break before moving on to cleaning those closets.
The IRS wrote over 122.4 million tax refund checks in 2017, totaling tax refunds of over $425.1 billion. If you’re expecting a tax refund, these 7 tips could help make the most of your check.
One of the best things to do for your financial life this year is to start a budget. Here are a few easy tips for how to start a budget and move forward into the New Year.
By preparing now and winterizing your car, you can help ensure that your winter driving proceeds without incident.
Whether you want to save a down payment, pay down your debt or focus on your retirement, don't wait to get started. Start setting financial goals today -- you can always revise them down the road.
Living paycheck to paycheck results in more than having to borrow from friends and family to make ends meet, or accruing high credit card debt. Take control of your situation with these tips.