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This week is America Saves Week, an annual event sponsored by the Consumer Federation of America to encourage saving, debt reduction and wealth building among adults. Use the following tips and resources inspired by the America Saves Week website (www.americasavesweek.org) to assess your savings plan.
Paper statements, receipts and other documents scattered around the house are easy to misplace and create a storage and organization challenge. Additionally, they pose a much more serious threat of identity theft if they get into the hands of the wrong person. Transitioning to a paperless home office can help you clear clutter and protect your personal financial information. To make the paperless switch, gear yourself with a computer with Internet access, a scanner and the following tips.
Want to be the perfect Valentine for your significant other? Here are some tips to show him or her how “fiscally” attractive you can be.
1. Spend a romantic evening on a budget. Relationship woes often can be traced to finances. If money’s tight, don’t stay at home and grumble about money trouble, and don’t spend a night on the town with champagne and caviar. Instead, get creative and go to a free concert or exhibit, build a snowman or make some hot cocoa to enjoy with your Valentine.
Now that January has passed and we’re one month into 2011, it’s a great time to evaluate how your New Year’s saving plan is going. If your bank account isn’t where you wanted it to be by this time, read on to find out how save an extra $1,000 this year.
As of Feb. 1, there are 334 days left in 2011. A little easy math reveals that setting aside $3 a day for the rest of the year will total $1,002 by the end of 2011. Here are 10 money-saving tips to help you save $3 a day:
By now, you’ve probably noticed important tax documents arriving in the mail and tax-preparer kiosks set up at your local shopping centers. This can only mean one thing: Tax season is just around the corner.
Even though your return is not due until April, getting an early start will make filing easier. Here are the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) top 10 tips that will help your filing process run smoother than ever this year.
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