Author: Jim Gold
Can’t pay your tax bill? Find out how to keep yourself from getting on the IRS’ bad side.
Tax-filing time is upon us. Follow these tips if you are among the legions of procrastinators.
Nearly half of Americans are ill-prepared to deal with even small financial disruptions. Here’s what you should do if you suffer a sudden loss of income — and how to build a buffer to cover emergency expenses without going into debt.
Do you find yourself itching to get out on the water? Consider these seven questions before you join the rising tide of boat owners.
These tax deductions and tax credits can help you avoid paying more than your fair share to Uncle Sam this tax season. See which ones fit your situation.
In spite of recent interest rates hikes, you may still be able to save money by refinancing your car loan. Here’s how to do it, while avoiding common potholes.
People — whether rich or poor — are happier if they feel power over their financial destiny. Here’s how to get there.
There are some things you should and should not do when trying to fix your credit. Here’s our list of things to keep in mind.
And cars are just a start. You could earn cash by renting out everything from your bathroom to your boat.
If you’re looking for a new opportunity, this high-tech field is desperate for people and standing by to train you.
It’s time again to enroll for insurance coverage — and the prognosis is for higher prices, fewer choices. Arm yourself with knowledge.
It’s not too late to tackle the goals you set for 2016. The “Creativity Yenta” offers this advice on how to get off your butt and make your dream a reality.