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So you survived tax season and now you probably have a check in your hand that may feel like a bit of a windfall… even though it was yours all along. How do you decide what to do with this “extra” cash? Financial advisors like to remind consumers that you shouldn’t treat your refund as extra money you happened to find. It should be spent with a purpose and, ideally, not simply placed in your checking account to pay for gas and groceries. Why not use this year’s refund to improve your financial situation for years to come?
Posted: 2/21/2013 10:19:33 PM by Jeffrey Deck | with 0 comments
The countdown is on to April 15 and, even though it’s still a couple of months away, smart taxpayers are using this time to get ready, get set and (hopefully) get a little refund check after it’s all over and done with. While preparing your taxes can be time-consuming and frustrating, we have some tips to make the whole thing a little less stressful.
Posted: 2/21/2013 10:08:40 PM by Jeffrey Deck | with 0 comments
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, finances probably aren’t the first thing on your mind. But money plays such a huge role in long-term relationships that it’s definitely something you should talk about. Unfortunately, some couples find it so stressful to discuss financial plans that they avoid it altogether.
Posted: 2/9/2013 10:23:31 AM by Jeffrey Deck | with 0 comments
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