These are actual tax deductions, as quoted by people ‘in the know’ who share their advice about tax write-offs, as they relate to dogs. (Including dog foster parents, dog breeders, guard dog owners, Instagram influencers, and more!) Most of us cannot deduct our dogs or any expenses associated with them on our IRS tax returns. But that doesn’t stop people from trying! Lots of funny dog write-off stories here, too.
Here’s how to use SOME of the equity in your home to help supplement your retirement income. See how reverse mortgage works, how a reverse mortgage gets repaid, and how much home equity you’ll retain.
Healthcare costs are going up. What if you can’t afford the deductible or monthly premium? Medical gap insurance (or supplemental health insurance) helps with that!
Just getting started in the workforce? Don’t make a lot of income? Opening a MyRA is a safe & smart way to start a retirement account on your own!
Taking a year off before college is becoming popular in the U.S. but parents don’t always understand. Here are 4 ways students benefit by taking a gap year.
A payday loan is a short-term high-interest loan. Fees are high if you don’t repay the loan on the day of your next paycheck.7 better ways to get cash fast.
Have debt collectors have been contacting you? Not sure what to do? These 3 tips will get you out of stressful situations when dealing with debt collectors.
If you’re closing a credit card, make sure you follow these steps or your credit rating could be affected. Here’s how to cancel a credit card properly.
These weren’t written as personal finance books, but they contain a wealth of information & tips that are unique, motivational, and extremely helpful with personal finance matters.
We are in the process of buying a new car. It’s been awhile since we’ve purchased a new vehicle, so I set out to do some research first. I’m sharing the info here, with the hope that it will be helpful to others who are also in the market to buy a new or used vehicle.