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Avoid Being the Next Victim of Identity Theft

Avoid Being the Next Victim of Identity Theft

Did you know tax time is when many people learn they’re a victim of identity theft? ? It’s only discovered after they file taxes and they get a notification from the IRS telling them they’ve already filed their return (when they know they hadn’t filed yet). Or,...
Tax Tips: Charitable Donations

Tax Tips: Charitable Donations

Charitable donations are a wonderful way to support your local community or national organizations. They’re also an excellent way to lower your tax bill. That’s right – you can help at the same time you save money on taxes. Use these tax tips to make sure you get the...
Tax Tips: Get Organized

Tax Tips: Get Organized

It’s that time again: tax season. The better organized you are, the better able your tax professional will be to prepare your taxes. The ability to put your hand on a specific document this instant is a good gauge of how organized you currently are. Hopefully, you are...
Make a Date With Yourself to Pay the Bills

Make a Date With Yourself to Pay the Bills

Many people struggle to pay the bills on time each month. The mail comes in every day, right? (The majority of which is probably junk mail.) Maybe the mail gets tossed on the kitchen counter, maybe the corner of your desk, or maybe you open it right then and...
6 Steps to Stop Unwanted Junk Mail

6 Steps to Stop Unwanted Junk Mail

Junk mail. The paper equivalent of telemarketers: unwanted, often unsolicited, and definitely annoying. When you’re at the point where you spend so much time sifting through catalogs and credit card offers and donation requests that you miss the one or two...