Teachers and Educators – Did You Know?

This deduction may become a thing of the past when Congress releases it’s tax reform bill. Here’s what the current tax law states regarding teacher education expenses. Eligible educators and teachers may be able to deduct up to $250 for qualified expenses. An eligible educator can be a kindergarten through Grade 12 teacher, instructor, counselor,…

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Six Month Filing Extension REMINDER.

If you requested an extra six months in April to file your 2016 tax return, the deadline to file is coming up on Monday, October 16th. If you live or work in an area affected by a disaster, you may have more time to file. Additional information can be found here: https://www.irs.gov/newsr…/tax-relief-in-disaster-situations.

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Hurricane Tax Relief – Did You Know?

The IRS has announced tax relief for people affected by Hurricanes Irma and Harvey. For Hurricane Irma, affected individuals and businesses will have until Jan. 31, 2018, to file returns and pay any taxes that were originally due during this period. More information on deadlines and covered areas can be found at: https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/irs-expands-tax-relief-to-victims-of-hurricane-irma-in-florida-extension-filers-have-until-jan-31-to-file. For Hurricane…

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Equifax Data Breach – Security Measures

You may have heard of the data breach at Equifax that exposed the sensitive personal data of 143 million Americans. According to Equifax, the breach lasted from mid-May through July. As a precaution, the Federal Trade Commission recommends several steps below that you can take to help protect your data and help mitigate any identity…

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Encourage The Genius In Your Kids

Want to put your child ahead of the learning curve when it comes to understanding how money works in America? Don’t rely on failing public schools to teach them what they need to know. This beautiful set of well-designed flash cards contains all of the obvious and not-so-obvious terminology in financial education. Use these financial…

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Why Is Your Credit Score Important?

Understanding how to manage your money and credit is more essential today than ever before. Your credit history affects every aspect of your life such as the ability to get a loan, a car, insurance, and even a job. The Smart Money Kit is designed to increase your financial skills in the areas of credit…

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The Thing About Taxes Is…

There are millions of American taxpayers who pay more than their fair share of taxes. Why? Many people often complain that big businesses, corporations and the wealthy do not pay their fair share of taxes. Again, why? Do you believe that wealthy people are smarter than you? Or is it that the wealthy may know…

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Is Hope For The American Dream Fading?

Is hope for the American Dream fading?

Research team results find that slow economic growth and the widening gap between the wealthy and the working class, are reasons why it’s become very hard for children to out-earn their parents. The good news is… there’s still hope for a better financial future, IF you’re willing to get a financial education and take control…

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Wisdom For Today

Take heed to some good old fashion wisdom and advice., and live!;-)

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Bundle Up! On Tax Savings…

Yes, old man winter is definitely here.  Brrrr…is it cold where you are? Well, it’s verrrry cold here in the northeastern part of the U.S. I found a few eye-catching fireplaces that’s sure to warm your heart. So bundle up and stay warm. And remember to bundle up on your tax savings this year by…

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