Everybody makes mistakes, but this isn’t the time to make them. Go over this list to make sure your tax return is error-free and your refund can find you faster.
The U.S. Census Bureau has released a state-by-state report about internet access. The most-connected state will surprise you.
Most taxpayers will see their tax bill go down during 2018. That could impact which type of account — traditional or Roth — makes sense for you.
The new federal income tax law is not as hard on tax-sheltered retirement plans as feared. But savers and investors should be aware of a couple of changes.
Watch this video to learn more about the yield curve — and why it matters to savers and investors.
There are real advantages to buying a family plan (which can include friends). Here’s how to pick the best one for you.
Credit card interest is eating you alive, but your credit isn’t good enough to qualify for a zero-interest card: Now what?
You can download thousands of e-books for free if you know where to look. You don’t even need an e-reader.
The so-called “Un-carrier” kicks off a series of hot discounts on major motion pictures Tuesday. Here’s how to redeem them.
Some of the companies circling the drain might surprise you — especially the big names that have filed for bankruptcy despite still turning a profit.
You have sufficient savings to pay off the mortgage and own your home free and clear. But is it better to have no debt, or a fat savings account?
Sign up for this card, and you stand to earn even more cash back at hundreds of retailers.
The field has narrowed from hundreds of candidates to 20 locations with a chance of landing the tech-retail giant’s next phase — and the massive investment that will come with it.
Considering a warehouse club membership or an Amazon Prime membership? We dissect what each offers so you can make an informed choice.
When you leave a job, you have a choice: Leave your retirement plan behind, or roll it over into a self-directed IRA. Which should you do?
Students at these schools “don’t have to mortgage their futures to pay for their degrees,” says the Princeton Review. And grads go on to earn big bucks.
This government-funded app puts the power to prevent or react to fraud in your hands.
Take this news as a reminder of how much more you can earn by shopping around.
Before you send in your tax return, double-check that you haven’t made one of these mistakes that can trigger IRS scrutiny.
College students and their families lost a valuable tax deduction. But the tax code overhaul is not all bad news for anyone saving for or paying for education.
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