How to Financially Survive Unemployment

When you lose your job, you may have to put yourself on a financial diet. Just as losing weight is simple if you eat less (and exercise more), staying afloat financially is simple if you spend less. Is this process going to be easy? No, of course not. But it can be done with a little self-discipline, some creativity, and a lot of planning.

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7 Smart Financial Decisions for Millennials

unsplash-view1bMany Millennials are stressed with their current financial condition. According to Insider and Morning Consul, 72% of millennials struggle with anxiety over undergrad debt. Adding a car loan, phone service, rent, food and other living expense to the monthly expenses can easily become overwhelming. Continue reading

2018 Tax Postmortem: Making Sense of the Changes

unsplash-tax1bThe Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), which passed in December 2017, made fundamental changes to the U.S. tax code, and 2018 returns were the first time most taxpayers could see the practical impact of these changes.

In an April 2019 Gallup poll, 43% of Americans said they were unsure how the new tax law affected them personally.

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