Get ready to pay more this year for some everyday items, but also major purchases. Here’s what’s costing you more this year, and the most likely reasons why.
Every tax season you follow the same process: You hunt and gather for documents, receipts, and statements, and hope you didn’t miss out on any tax deductions or credits where due.
This year, make it a little easier on yourself with our ultimate tax checklist.
You may have noticed that more and more credit card companies are eagerly offering you a look at your credit scores, for free. These offers appear in statements, online pop-up ads, and even on your mobile devices. Should you take the bait?
By now, you’ve probably received at least one replacement for your existing debit or credit cards. No, your cards didn’t expire, they were just replaced with chip technology intended to provide security against card thieves. But how much more secure are you, really?
Relationships in which partners have substantial credit score disparity may be in for tougher times ahead—well, at least tough conversations as the couple gets more serious.
But what about couples where both partners have good credit scores? According to new research they’re the ones more likely to have successful, long-term relationships.
If you're like me, you pick up a couple of magazines per week. This all adds up, after all, magazines are not cheap; they clock in around $6 per issue!
And what about you hoarders who buy a bunch of magazines and say, "I'll read ‘em later.” Guess what: YOU WON’T. All those issues will just pile up until you're heavy lifting all of them straight to the recycling bin.
I recently discovered a solution which allows me to read my favorite magazines, saves paper waste, and I never have to buy a newsstand magazine at full retail price again.