2014 is almost over, yet there is still plenty of time to take a few financial actions that could have a big impact on your 2014 financial condition. There are a handful of smart decisions to consider making before the end of the year.
There are many ways people try to alleviate the costs associated with higher education. But did you know you could potentially save money by deducting student loan interest?
Do you already have plans to spend your tax rebate before you even get it? Planning on buying a new TV, cell phone, or computer? Stop and think for a minute about your financial situation before you start your shopping spree. Here are a few tips to help you be smart with your tax rebate.
For millions of Americans, they have or will soon receive a tax refund check this year. This year’s average refund check has been nearly $2,900 per return. There are several prudent choices for your tax refund and even a few fun ways to spend it if you just have to spend the refund.
Is there a cause you really care about? Giving to a charitable organization is a great way to make an impact on that cause. There are millions of charities in the United States alone, and with that comes a high level of competition. Consequently, charities have resorted to telephone solicitations and stuffing your mailbox with pamphlets, leaving you feeling guilty for not knowing where your donations should go. So what do you do?
We won’t argue that giving is great, but before picking a charity, make sure you consider the following things:
As 2012 draws to a close, it’s important to be aware of upcoming tax changes and how to best plan for your specific situation.
With home pricing beginning to rise slightly and homeowners paying down their debt, many find themselves with equity once again in their homes, and lenders are once again looking to help borrowers use that equity for their long term benefit. Before leveraging the equity in your home, think about these important tips:
It may seem strange to start thinking about next year’s taxes already, but the better prepared you are, the more money, time, and stress you can save when tax season rolls around. Here are a few items that you can start working on now.