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The New Tax Bill Makes a Side-Gig More Enticing, but You...

This article and the recommendations included within it are provided for informational and educational purposes only and should not be relied upon for tax, legal, regulatory or other advice. Recommendations should be independently evaluated by a tax professional in light of...

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7 Financial Tips for Starting Your Own Business

If you've got a business idea and you couple that with an entrepreneurial itch, you may find yourself tossing and turning at night trying to figure out a plan for moving it forward – dreaming of the day you'll become your...

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7 Steps to Thriving Financially as a New Graduate

Leaving college and entering the "real world" can bring about a mixture of excitement and anxiety. I remember feeling as if the possibilities were endless, but also feeling uncertainty about where or how to start the next phase of my life....

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Make Your Child's Party a Hit on a Budget

A birthday party is a fun way to recognize important milestones in a child's life. Family and friends are invited to join in the fun, and everyone enjoys a day of celebration. Behind the scenes, however, this can be a stressful...

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How to Save Money on Your Next Outdoor Adventure

Camping can be an inexpensive way to enjoy a vacation with your friends and family. Whether you’re going swimming or boating at a nearby lake, or want to rough it on a multi-day backpacking trip, many people look forward to taking...

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Save on Your Summer Road Trip Adventure

Are you packing up your car and hitting the road this summer? You're not alone. According to a survey conducted by AAA, road trips are the most popular type of vacation for families in the U.S. in 2017. In fact, 10...

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Could You Turn Your Hobby into a Career?

You can break personal finance into three broad categories: income, expenses and savings. Your personal cash flow statement lists your income and expenses and a common goal is to end each month with a positive balance – with money left over...

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Safely Cut the Cost of Elective Medical Expenses

Whether it’s a matter of comfort, appearance or safety, there are many medical procedures that you may want or need, but your health insurance won’t cover. Laser eye surgery may fall into the want category for most people and it can...

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