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Filing taxes can be stressful, and nobody wants to make a mistake that will cause the IRS to take a closer look or audit your return. Below are a few tax filing tips to help you avoid some of the most common mistakes you might make when you’re filing your own taxes.
Who is responsible for debts when someone passes away? Learn the basics of how debt is disbursed to survivors or estates.
Wondering which elder care options is more economical – a full-time caregiver, assisted living or a nursing home? Learn more about the cost of each option and how to make the right decision for your family.
Our Money Mentor team spent an inspirational morning attending the 2017 Financial Literacy Summit at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Read about the insights we gained and the insightful comments of the panelists at this year's event.
What does it mean for your wallet when the Federal Reserve Board raises interest rates? Get the scoop on this key economic indicator and learn how it affects Alliant rates.
Smart money guest blogger Leigh T. shares how her nuptial agreement works and how it helped spark important financial conversations in her marriage.
Choosing the best value car can feel overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be. With a little research, resolve and luck, you’ll be driving home in one of the best cars for the money in no time flat.