Category Archives: Taxes

Send 2011 Out with a Financial Bang

Back to school is a great time for reflection. Even if you don’t have kids going back to school this fall, the changing of the seasons is always a great time to take stock of how things are going, and what you could be doing better. This applies to your finances as well. As we begin moving toward autumn, take a look at where you stand with your finances, and consider what you could do to improve. Here are some ideas to help you make the most of your finances during the last part of 2011:>>> [Read More]

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5 Things You Should Understand About Social Security

There has been a great deal of talk and speculation about the Social Security program lately — and for good reason. Social Security is projected to be insolvent relatively soon, and it does not help that government accounting practices are constantly “borrowing” from Social Security. As a result of some of the tricky math going on, we may not even have until 2037 before the system goes bust.>>> [Read More]

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How Will You Use Your Tax Refund?

If you are getting a tax refund, you might be wondering what to do with it. Before you decide to spend it all at once, consider your options.

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Can’t Pay Your Taxes? Get an Installment Loan from the IRS

Your best bet, when you can’t pay your taxes, is to get an installment loan from the IRS.

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