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4 Tips for Tax Freedom

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Today, we have a guest post from Brian Rodriguez of our sister company, Freedom Tax Relief. “Being self-employed can be a blessing, but having to keep track of your own income and tax liabilities can sometimes be a challenge. Often times, I find that individuals who earn income from 1099s end up needing to pay
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3 Things You Should be Saving For

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While each person’s goals and obligations are unique, there are three things that everybody should save for. First things first – before you can substantially start saving, you need to take care of any existing debt that you may have. If you don’t do so, you will live with a financial burden wherever you go,
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Introducing FreedomPlus

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Hope you all had a wonderful weekend! Today, we’re thrilled to announce that our sister company, FreedomPlus, will  be offering consolidation loans of up to $35,000. Whether you want to lower your monthly payment or reduce your interest rate, a personal loan from FreedomPlus could help. The unique process enables FreedomPlus to: Make personal loans
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What Will You Do With Your Tax Refund?

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Tax day is almost here, and many people are eagerly waiting for their refunds from Uncle Sam. However, it’s important to take stock of your financial situation before making any decision on how to use your tax refund this year. Take our poll today: What will you do with your tax refund? online poll by
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Frugal Habits of an Immigrant Family

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Over the weekend, I was able to meet up with my good friend, Wendy, who I hadn’t seen since college. During our conversation, we talked about how immigrant families tend to save money at much higher rates than many Americans. This is certainly true for Wendy, and she feels that the reason she saves so
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Retire Your Debt Before You Retire

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In just a generation, the retirement landscape has changed dramatically. Before, most middle-class families were able to save enough money during their working years to live with dignity in their retirement days. Many paid off their homes, got rid of all their debts, and retired with pensions from their employers. Even if all else failed,
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Famous Frugal Person: Mariska Hargitay

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Celebrity and thriftiness usually do not go hand-in-hand. However, some stars have the best of both worlds. They make millions but still possess the financial knowledge and discipline to keep their fortunes. Today, our famous frugal person is Mariska Hargitay. You know her from the popular TV series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Even though
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Things You Do To Save Money That End Up Costing You

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When I was younger, my parents tried to teach me the value of the dollar and the importance of saving. They would say, “Money doesn’t grow on trees. You have to work hard and earn every penny. If you save today, you’ll be able to put aside enough money to buy something you really want.”
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20 Something’s Biggest Money Fears

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For the most part, being in your twenties is pretty cool. You’ve escaped the awkwardness of your teenage years, earned some new-found freedoms, and now have your whole life ahead of you to shape and mold into what you want it to be. It’s a decade of growth and discovery – one where you will
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What’s Your Spending Style?

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Trying to clean up your finances in 2014? When you understand your emotional approach to money, it can help you manage your finances more effectively. Take this short quiz to discover what triggers you to spend, and uncover your real attitude towards money! You just got your paycheck. Where is the money going? A. Make
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