Author: Stacy Johnson
Stacy Johnson on January 23, 2019
If you’re eligible, a home office deduction can save you big bucks at tax time. If you’re not, claiming it can get you in big trouble.
Stacy Johnson on January 21, 2019
Every dollar of deductions and credits you uncover can mean money in your pocket. Don’t file that return until you’ve gone over this list.
Stacy Johnson on January 15, 2019
Go over this list to make sure your tax return is error-free — and your refund can find you faster.
Stacy Johnson on January 14, 2019
If you’re in debt trouble, there’s free help available. But not all of it is on the up and up.
Stacy Johnson on January 7, 2019
Is medical debt making your credit ill? Here are some ideas that might help it heal faster.
Stacy Johnson on December 31, 2018
While you always need liability insurance, you may not require comp and collision. Here’s a simple rule of thumb to help you decide.
Stacy Johnson on December 24, 2018
When looking for work-from-home jobs, the key is to read articles, not ads. Find out how to find the perfect at-home gig.
Stacy Johnson on December 19, 2018
This is the last article on understanding and shopping for car insurance that you’ll ever need.
Stacy Johnson on December 17, 2018
Is it better to invest a little every month, or a lump sum all at once? The answer may surprise you.
Stacy Johnson on December 10, 2018
This reader wants to know if she’s too old to take on a mortgage — and if she does, the fastest way to pay it off.
Stacy Johnson on December 3, 2018
We’ve all been there: Friends or family ask for a loan. Here’s what to do the next time it happens to you.
Stacy Johnson on November 26, 2018
If you’re not using a credit card, should you formally cancel it, or just throw it in a drawer and forget about it? The answer may surprise you.
Stacy Johnson on November 20, 2018
Tax season is right around the corner. Good accountants can be worth their weight in gold. Here’s how to find one.
Stacy Johnson on November 13, 2018
No matter what they call themselves — from financial planner to stockbroker or investment manager — their answer to this simple question can help you decide where to get advice.
Stacy Johnson on November 12, 2018
HSAs are a great way to save on income taxes while putting aside money to meet medical expenses. But should you put that money at risk by investing it in stocks?
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