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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.
If you’re a tax procrastinator and haven't yet filed your 2014 tax return, we've got some tips to help you avoid common tax filing errors.
Feeling less than confident about your mastery of personal finances? Get some tips to close the "confidence gap" demonstrated in a recent survey on women's attitudes toward money.
What are the pros and cons of giving your kids an allowance? What is the best age for kids to start getting allowances? Should chores be associated with allowances and how much money should you give? Learn some pointers to help you decide.
Learn how our blogger Jess Bedsole saves by making healthy snacks for her family, and get her recipe for Pumpkin Pie Popcorn Snack Mix.
A dollar is the basic monetary unit in the United States, but how much do you really know about it? Here are some basic and interesting facts about this important note of legal tender.
It is important for your family to have a plan ironed out in the event of an emergency. Disaster recovery and emergency management expert Bill Bedsole shares tips on what is most important when planning for emergency and evacuation circumstances.