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Two ways to lower your tax liability.
You're older and wiser now, but that doesn't mean you don't have some financial lessons to learn.
If you're due a tax refund, here are nine great ways to spend it!
Monitoring your credit report, protecting your SSN, and other strategies to make sure your tax return comes to you, not to scammers.
If you have a poor credit rating and need a loan, don't despair. Here are five loans you may be able to get anyway.
With April 15 looming, taxpayers still have options for free income tax preparation and filing.
If you're looking to file your tax return for the 2014 tax year, take a look at these tax law changes for 2015, to get the biggest tax refund.
You don't need lots of money to begin building wealth.
Making saving money easy enough that you'll actually do it.
Here are 19 medical expenses that are eligible for deduction on your taxes.
If you're looking for a new job, there are many legal deductions that you can take on your taxes.
Spring could bring greater housing market activity and changes to mortgage rates.
Rich people are human, too, and they are just as susceptible to failure as the rest of us. But when they go down, they go down hard.
The surprising truth is that many qualifying mortgage-holders don't refinance -- even when doing so could save them tens of thousands of dollars over the lives of their loans.
A list to help you find the best bank or credit union for your needs.
What not to do in your financial planning for retirement.
If you have good or excellent credit, see if you qualify for one of these great credit cards listed below.
Here are the best cities for saving money.