Your Financial Relationships: How Much Should We Save?

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This post is part of our Your Financial Relationships series. A series designed to help you discover the financial topics you should discuss with your significant other in order to have a financially healthy relationship. Today, we’ll take a look at “how much should you save?” You and your significant other need to agree an on [...]

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How to Budget Like a Millionaire!

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Budgeting is the process of creating a plan to spend your money. Creating this spending plan allows you to determine in advance whether you will have enough money to do the things you need to do or would like to do. Remember I am a fan of telling my money what to do, so I’m [...]

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Huff Post: Financially Speaking — Are We an Illiterate Nation?

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It is a constant source of amazement to me that in the United States, arguably the center of the capitalist system, we fail to educate much of our youth in the most rudimentary of macro and personal economic principles.

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An Accountants’ Advice on Small Business Tax Troubles

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What is a Tax Refund?

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This may seem like a trick question, but in many cases, people don’t know everything there is to know when it comes to tax refunds. Some people just know that they get money back when they file their taxes each year. Do you really know all there is to know about your tax refund?

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Reader Question: What Do I Do When the Debt Collector Won’t Respond?

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If you have questions about your finances, you are not alone. In fact, here at Your Finances Simplified we often receive financial questions from our readers. For example, we recently had a reader contact us with her concerns over having a certain debt removed from her records. Here’s what she said: We sent in a removal [...]

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We Have a Winner!

Thank you to everyone who entered our latest Facebook contest! In it we asked what would you do if you received $1000 to spend? We had several great answers, but we could only choose one winner…

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Consolidate Your Student Loans, Yes or No?

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Spring is in the air, a new crop of college graduates is about to hit the streets, real estate is recovering and a fair amount of media attention is pointing to an improving economy. Naturally with all of these things going on, you may be wondering about all of those student loans you are working [...]

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Your Financial Relationships: What’s Your Biggest Money Mistake?

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This post is part of our Your Financial Relationships series. This series is designed to help you discover the financial topics you should discuss with your significant other in order to have a financially healthy relationship. Today, we’ll tackle addressing the topic of “your biggest money mistake” with your significant other.

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The Five Steps of Insuring Your Car

Car owners are can be worried about getting their insurance handled every year, because it is not only a hassle but a very time consuming process as well. However, this worry is outdated because you can have your car insured in as little as a few minutes. Every car insurance broker is going to have [...]

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