February 21, 2017

What Exactly Can I Write Off On My Taxes?

Tax season can often be seen as a confusing and irritating time, especially if you run your own business. We’re constantly forking over money to keep […]
November 1, 2016

Are Unhealthy Lifestyle Habits Keeping You in Debt?

Money is an inherently tense and stressful subject, and we all have our habitual ways of dealing with that fact. Unfortunately, most of those coping mechanisms—from […]
October 19, 2016

4 Ways to Make Your Degree Pay for Itself

Soft Skills, Connections, and a Little Creativity Go a Long Way By now, you probably know that your degree isn’t all you need to land a […]
August 18, 2016

Get Your Wallet Ready for the New School Year

Money is an ever-present shadow in college. We try not to think about our loans and pray that we can keep our scholarships. We either have […]
August 7, 2016

Four Costly Debt Management Mistakes to Avoid

The world of finance can often feel insurmountably vague. With the advent of credit cards and mobile banking, money can often feel like an abstract rather […]
June 2, 2016

Don’t Delay Filing Your Taxes

It is better for taxpayers to file their taxes sooner than later. If they are getting a return, they could use the extra cash to pay […]
April 19, 2016

Be Creative Paying your College Debt

In this video, I give the example of a bartender; I met in Nashville, Tennesse. She has a tipping jar that says: “Help me pay for […]
August 16, 2014

How long should I keep my tax records?

The length of time you should keep a document depends on the action, expense, or event that the document records. Generally, you must keep your records […]
August 16, 2014

Five Ways to Avoid Tax Audit

If the IRS does decide to audit you, there is little you may do to stop it. You may, however, reduce the odds that you’ll be […]
August 16, 2014

Tips for Finding the Right Tax Accountant

We all know it is a tax season, one of the challenges is to find the right tax preparer. Here are some tips from our guest […]
August 16, 2014

First Time Home Buyer Tips – Part 3

When looking into buying a house, another factor that one should consider is employment. Our guest contributor Jeremy Wilhelm, explains further why it is important. New […]
August 16, 2014

First Time Home Buyer Tips – Part 2

One can’t go wrong having a solid down payment when buying a house. Jeremy Wilhelm,our guest contributor  on the importance of down payment. Down Payment: When […]
August 16, 2014

First Time Home Buyer Tips – Part 1

Signs of housing recovery have been evident in rising of homes prices, sales and construction. Our guest contributor Jeremy Whilhelm of Private Mortgage Group underlines the […]
August 16, 2014

Know Your Contract

We sign contracts every day. But how often do you simply sign the contract without reading it? Perhaps, you are motivated to buy a product , […]
August 16, 2014

Living Paycheck to Paycheck

Do you live paycheck to paycheck? Or do you know someone who is living paycheck to paycheck to paycheck? I am sure you do. Living paycheck […]
August 16, 2014

Know Your Key Financial Players

Who are your key financial players? Your key financial players are your financial professionals, such as bankers, accountants, tax preparers, financial planners, financial advisors, and insurance […]
August 16, 2014

What to Know before Investing

Before you invest, you need to ask yourself a few questions. Here are some simple questions you should consider: What are my goals? You need to […]