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Mortgage interest rate and mortgage APR (annual percentage rate) while related, are not the same. You’ll see both listed for mortgages. For example, you may see a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage with an interest rate of 4.250% and an APR of 4.385%. The interest rate is the interest you pay on your home loan. The APR... Read More. The post What Exactly Is Mortgage APR? appeared first on . 02/14/2019 06:00
Relationships and finances seem to intermingle no matter how hard you may try to separate the two. The truth is that not very many of us like to talk about finances, especially during the early stages of our relationships. You shouldn’t avoid talking about finances though. Your relationship can help build or ruin your credit... Read More. The post What Does Your Relationship Mean for Your Credit? appeared first on . 02/13/2019
Believe it or not, your credit doesn’t have to be stellar to get a mortgage. Many banks and mortgage lenders only extend mortgage loans to applicants with at least a 640 credit score. However, not all lenders are created equal. And it is possible to get a home loan with what a score below 600,... Read More. The post 5 Things to Know About Mortgage Loans and Bad Credit appeared first on . 02/12/2019 06:00
As a married couple, you and your spouse have the option of filing taxes jointly or separately. The IRS does encourage you to file your income tax returns jointly by providing a host of resources and incentives to do so. There are a lot of advantages to filing taxes jointly. However, there are also some... Read More. The post What You Need to Know About Filing Taxes Jointly appeared first on . 02/08/2019 06:00
From getting free gift cards to getting free trips, you can redeem credit cards to save money. The trick to redeeming rewards for what you like is to know which credit card account offers you the best kinds of rewards for where you spend the most money. If you travel a lot, you might want... Read More. The post How Do I Redeem Credit Card Rewards? appeared first on . 02/04/2019 14:28
After a historic 35 days, the federal government shutdown finally ended. For now, at least. If you’re a federal employee heading back to work, you’re likely wondering—when will I get paid and what can I do to rebound from the shutdown? Federal employees were finally paid on January 31, 2019. That’s only for employees who work... Read More. The post Partial or Not: Resources for Federal Workers Around the Government Shutdown appeared first on . 02/01/2019 06:00
Ground Hog Day is a holiday that’s celebrated in the United States every year on February 2. Pennsylvania Dutch superstition says that if the groundhog emerges from his hole on this day and sees its shadow, the groundhog will retreat into his burrow and there are six more long weeks of winter. It’s the same tradition every... Read More. The post It’s Groundhog Day – Don’t Repeat Past Financial Mistakes appeared first on . 02/01/2019
The final 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act legislation passed December 20, 2017, and was signed into law on January 3, 2018. It ended up being less scary than many Americans had feared. And while the biggest impact may yet prove to be on businesses, some important changes affect you and the majority of other... Read More. The post 18 Ways the New Tax Laws Affect You appeared first on . 02/01/2019
The holidays are coming. This may mean lots of shopping. You might be considering how you can spend money and earn rewards for shopping. Well, you’re in luck! There are some great credit cards out there that offer cash back rewards – which means that spending for the holidays can help you earn some serious... Read More. The post Maximize Cash Back for the Holidays with these Credit Cards appeared first on . 01/31/2019 16:21
[DISCLOSURE: Cards from our partners are mentioned below.] Super Bowl LIII is just around the corner, and as is tradition, millions of people are getting ready to spend big money on the event for food and drinks to throw watch parties. These expenses can all adds up to a pretty large amount of money. Did... Read More. The post How Much Does America Spend on the Super Bowl? appeared first on . 01/28/2019 06:00
[DISCLOSURE: Cards from our partners are mentioned below.] During the holidays, most people love shopping. And lots of retailers offer great deals. These deals might seem irresistible and it’s easy to just charge things to your credit card. You may feel euphoric at the time of your purchase because the deal was just so good. You... Read More. The post Low Interest Credit Cards to Help Pay off Holiday Debt appeared first on . 01/28/2019
Tax laws aren’t what they used to be thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) passed in December 2017. You don’t need to sweat the new laws though. Most happen automatically. You’re biggest worry is to ensure you don’t try and take the same deductions you took last year—if you itemize—and to understand how... Read More. The post 15 Key Tax Tips For 2018 appeared first on . 01/25/2019
While federal tax law controls your life on April 15 each year, the state and local taxes you pay are determined by your location. Here’s a look at 10 state and local taxes that affect your local tax liability each year. State Income Tax versus Federal Income Tax Your federal income tax return is one... Read More. The post 10 State and Local Taxes Determined by Your Location appeared first on . 01/24/2019 06:00
Did you know the average American is approximately $38,000 in personal debt, with credit card debt being the leading source? With such a large amount of debt, personal loans are becoming more and more popular, especially for credit card debt consolidation. In the last year alone, 34% of Americans took out a personal loan. Personal... Read More. The post What You Need to Know before Taking out a Personal Loan appeared first on . 01/24/2019
If you’re not getting a tax refund and you have to pay, you can pay IRS taxes with a credit card. Depending on who you talk to, paying your income taxes with a credit card is either brilliant way to earn credit card rewards or a financial move that is only a last resort. The... Read More. The post Can You Pay IRS Taxes with a Credit Card? appeared first on . 01/24/2019
According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), there was a 400% increase in phishing and malware incidents during the 2016 tax season. And tax scams extend far beyond email and malware to include phone scams, identity theft and more. While the April 15 filing deadline still feels far away, as Yogi Berra said, “It ain’t... Read More. The post 3 Tax Scams You Need to Watch Out For appeared first on . 01/23/2019 14:00
Being a homeowner comes with all kinds of pros and cons that don’t come with renting. You have a yard, but you have to care for the yard. You have a payment, but you get to deduct your mortgage interest on your tax return! And while the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) reduced... Read More. The post Homeowners Get a Tax Credit for Buying a House appeared first on . 01/23/2019 06:00
[DISCLOSURE: Cards from our partners are mentioned below.] Fingerhut is an online shopping website offering more than 450,000 products. The have products from popular brands such as Samsung and KitchenAid. What makes this store Fingerhut great is that they offer credit to customers who may not qualify elsewhere. Their products are also affordable. The idea... Read More. The post The Benefits of a Fingerhut Credit Account appeared first on . 01/23/2019
Did you know that the Internal Revenue Service considers forgiven debt a source of income, and have to pay taxes on that “income.” And if you’ve ever settled a debt for less or had debt forgiven entirely, you probably got a surprise in the mail come tax season: the dreaded Form 1099-C. Form 1099-C is... Read More. The post Form 1099-C and How to Avoid Taxes on Canceled Debt appeared first on . 01/22/2019 06:00
While recent data breaches may not have cost you any money, the same can’t be said about the companies that were breached. It’s estimated that data breaches cost companies an average of $3.5 million. If you look at data breaches case by case, you’ll see they can cost individual companies a lot more in terms... Read More. The post A Look Back at 2018 Data Breaches appeared first on .

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