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Retirement Moves To Make This Year

Face it: You probably could have done more in 2015 to help your retirement picture, and you weren’t alone. A Capital One Bank survey released in December found that only a third of respondents accomplished their financial goals last year.

January 12, 2016

Paying Down Credit Cards: Go With A Snowball Or Avalanche?

Piling on new debt now could be costly, if the Federal Reserve continues to increase interest rates this year (which pushes up the rates on credit cards). So to help you get back into the black, consider these strategies.

January 12, 2016

3 Ways To Plan Ahead For Tax Season Now

Taxes are an unpleasant fact of life for most people, but planning ahead can make the task a little easier.

January 6, 2016
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Tax-Free Gift Limits: How Much Money Can You Give?

Current gift tax laws allow for some pretty hefty exclusions for the giver. But, of course, as with anything to do with taxes, there are some very particular dollar figures that you should be aware of.

December 2, 2015
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15 Simple Ways To Ramp Up Your Online Marketing

There’s a lot of marketing advice available online. Some of it is extremely helpful, while much of it is outright incorrect.

October 28, 2015

The Underlying Issues Of The Term ‘Burnout’

Burnout is a blanket term that can obscure other real issues that should be addressed, or better yet prevented.

October 28, 2015