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A Penny Saved is Two Pennies Earned
Heather Jordan  – April 09, 2024
The famous saying from Poor Richard’s Almanack is frequently misquoted. It was published by founder Benjamin Franklin in 1737: “A penny saved is two pence clear.” Finding ways to manage expenses is one of the cornerstones of a sound financial strategy. Here are some simple and inexpensive energy-saving tips that may help you save money […]
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8 Simple Tips for Organizing Your Finances
Heather Jordan  – April 08, 2024
Disorganized finances can make it difficult to plan and set your goals. Following a pattern of established management guidelines can help you stay on-top of your financial situation throughout the year. Whether you need to overhaul your budget, assess your credit standing, or get a better handle on your investments, stick to these eight daily […]
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Budget Check Up: Tax Time Is the Right Time
Heather Jordan  – March 22, 2024
Every year, about 140 million households file their federal tax returns. For many, the process involves digging through shoe boxes or manila folders full of receipts; gathering mortgage, retirement, and investment account statements; and relying on computer software to take advantage of every tax break the code permits.1 It seems a shame not to make […]
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Changing Jobs? Don’t Overlook Potential Tax Issues
Brett Sebion, Financial Coach  – March 01, 2024
A job change is a significant undertaking. It requires readjustments in one’s life irrespective of whether the change is due to a better career opportunity elsewhere or an employer-directed reduction in the workforce. A job change can also have tax consequences. Here are three important tax-related issues that departing employees should pay close attention to: […]
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What Your Last Tax Return Can Tell You About Your Finances
Brett Sebion, Financial Coach  – February 14, 2024
Just as coaches look back at their prior season to identify their team’s strengths and weaknesses, it can be helpful for taxpayers to review their most recent tax return to assess what they did well and what they could’ve improved on when it came to their taxes and overall finances. Your federal income tax return […]
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Tax Advantages of a Health Savings Account
Heather Jordan  – February 09, 2024
Health savings accounts (HSAs) have been around for nearly two decades, but many people are unfamiliar with them and the benefits they offer. This article is an overview of how they work, who is eligible for them, and what tax advantages they provide. An HSA is essentially an interest-bearing, medical savings account that you can […]
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