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Tax Advice for Millennials

Filing taxes can be especially daunting for millennials, who have less practice filing their taxes and are often eligible for an array of tax deductions and credits.

7 Simple Ways to Stay On Budget

If you struggle to stay on budget every month and find it difficult to reach your savings goals, it might be time for a new approach. Try these seven ways to stay on budget.

6 Ways to Freshen Up Your Finances

Spring is the perfect time to evaluate your financial situation and tidy up your budget, bank accounts, debts and investments. Here are six tips for sprucing up your finances.

Why You Should Embrace Your Tax Refund

If you end up receiving a big refund from the IRS after filing your taxes, then you just gave the government an interest-free loan. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.

5 Ways to Save More at Outlet Malls

Not all outlet stores offer good deals, but shopping at outlet malls is still an excellent way to save some money while picking up items for the entire family.

Meet the 'Hand-to-Mouth' Wealthy

Some 70 million U.S. families own homes, cars and boats, but spend virtually all of their paychecks, suggesting that wealth today is far more precarious than many think.

How to Manage Money in Your 30s

Your 30s is pivotal decade and a time of life that plays an important role when making choices about retirement, home buying and other money matters.

8 Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Finances

As the weather gets warmer, you might be thinking about spring cleaning your home. While you're at it, you might want to also spring clean your finances, with these steps.

Spoiled For Choice? Less Is Much More

We Americans love independence and freedom of choice, believing them essential to our well-being. Yet more choice is not, it turns out, leading to more happiness or success.

The 5 Most Asked Tax Questions

Whether your tax question is about claiming a parent as a dependent or deducting your books for college, an expert offers advice on them all.