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    How Much Money Will Be Spent On Father’s Day 2017?

    Father’s Day will be here soon. Have you picked up anything for Dad yet? You probably will, if statistics count for anything. In 2017, spending on Father’s Day will account for an estimated $15.5 billion in sales, according to the National Retail Federation (NRF). That’s a pretty impressive number – not in the league with […] More

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    Infographic: How Much Americans Spend On Mother’s Day

    In 2017, Americans will be spending more than $23 billion on Mother’s Day! That’s 10% more than we did last year. If you want to rack up rewards while buying Mom’s gift, visit Credit Cards Rewards. Check out our infographic to see how the billions are spent. If you’re low on funds, look at our […] More

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    Men Vs. Women: Who Makes The Financial Decisions?

    We all know that men and women tend to think differently about most things in life, and financial decisions are no, ummm, different. A recent study by the worldwide research, learning and development organization LIMRA highlights some of those differences. To nobody’s surprise, the study found that men differ from women not only in basic […] More

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    Six Perfect Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

    It’s time to honor that special woman in your life. Mother’s Day is approaching, and whether you are buying for your mother, your wife, or both, consider some inexpensive alternatives or ways to save money on classic Mother’s Day gifts. Mother’s Day is chock full of sales, rebates, and coupon opportunities. Make sure you check […] More

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    Calculate Your Taxes Based On Presidential Candidate Plans

    The 2016 presidential campaign is an unusual one, full of constant controversy and races that are still competitive on both sides (despite the comments of both front-runners). With the collective campaign noise, it can be difficult to sort out the candidate’s real stand on issues that affect you. Help is available, at least with respect […] More

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    Four Of The Most Popular Tax Credits Many of Us Qualify For

    Tax deductions are always useful, but tax credits are even more so. Deductions only reduce your taxable income, while credits are subtracted directly from your tax bill. In the case of refundable tax credits, you may even be eligible for a refund beyond the amount of taxes that you pay. Non-refundable tax credits cannot be […] More

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    The Biggest Ways Obamacare Impacts Your Taxes

    The Affordable Care Act (ACA, or Obamacare if you prefer) has probably had a significant impact on your health insurance. Did you realize that Obamacare has had an effect on your taxes as well? Here are a few of the tax ramifications of the ACA. Individual Mandate – If you are aware of only one […] More

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    Couples Filing Their Taxes Should Consider These 9 Things

    Married couples have the choice of filing their taxes jointly or separately. What is the best option for you and your spouse? Generally, it is to file jointly – but there are several factors to consider before making your choice. Obviously, the first hurdle is that you have to be married. For tax purposes, you […] More

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    Average Millennial Chooses Home Purchase In The Suburbs Over Renting

    According to a survey conducted by the National Association of Realtors (NAR), millennials, often categorized as a generation of renters, have begun making the shift to purchasing homes. Most of these homes, unlike the apartments they often rent, are in the suburbs rather than in urban areas. The 2016 Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends […] More

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    The Top 20 Countries to Retire To

    Retirement is the time in which you go play golf, sip martinis at sunset and travel the world. It’s also that time in life when you do all the things you were unable to do for so long when you worked, worked, worked. Your kids are grown and out of the house, they have kids […] More