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COVID Costs You Can Deduct from 2021 Taxes

In 2021, the IRS announced that taxpayers who itemize could deduct certain unreimbursed COVID-19 medical expenses from their taxes. Among those expenses, you can include at-home COVID-19 tests, as well as the cost of personal protective equipment (PPE), like masks,…

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What Is A HELOC

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Minimalize Your Life and Your Finances

The home decorating business is a billion-dollar industry, and for good reason. For many people, nothing makes a house feel like a home quite like photos, artwork, and soft pillows. Before you know it, you're buying more odds and ends…

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Show Your Teens Smart Financial Behavior

Do money talks with your teenagers begin and end with “How much do you need…”? Our advice is don’t tell teens what they need to know—show them. It’s important for parents to be good financial role models, but it can…

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Tips to avoid a holiday spending hangover

Tips to Avoid a Holiday Spending Hangover

You can survive the season without suffering a fiscal holiday hangover. By examining the reasons for overspending, planning how much you’ll spend, and identifying what's important to your family, you can rein in your spending and rediscover the joy of…

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Get Wealthy by Changing How You Think About Money

How do you define wealth? Is it “a large amount of money and possessions"? But consider this definition: wealth is the financial security that comes from managing your money wisely. Most of us want to be rich because we think…

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What to Do if You’re Turned Down for a Loan

Getting rejected for a loan can feel like a kick in the teeth. No way around it, rejection is painful. But a loan rejection may be a gift in disguise. All too often, borrowers get the loan they want and…

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