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Even if you have not filed, and you fear you can’t afford your taxes, do yourself a favor and make this one move.
If you’re receiving a refund from the IRS, here are some good ways to invest it in sprucing up your home.
If you get a call from a debt collector, don’t panic. Here’s what you need to know to make sure you’re not being scammed and get on top of legitimate debt.
Owning a home, in addition to having the pleasure of a place to live, has significant financial advantages that you should be aware of.
While companies are handing out credit monitoring like it’s candy at a parade, consumers often don’t understand what they’re getting.
Watch for deep discounts on winter wear, deals on laptops and food freebies on tax day, but watch out for rising wine prices.
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