Ok … so none of us won the lottery. We didn’t get to quit our jobs and splurge on our wish lists for the holidays. With only 46 days (countdown below) left in 2018, we can still end on a high note!
Now is the time to make the most of the final days in 2018 and save some money for our households. So before the ball drops and 2019 is ushered in, let’s start a savings challenge.
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Have you heard of the Cash App? We recently discovered this app and so far we must say we are impressed. In fact, we were so enthused, we had to post this article and share our discovery with all of you.
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The 2018 tax season may have just wrapped up a few months ago, but the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is busily preparing for 2019.
For years, we have heard Republican politicians tout the idea of Americans filing their taxes on a postcard. To some, the notion was outright ludicrous. While others lauded the idea of streamlining filings.
Well folks — reality can be stranger than fiction. On June 29, 2018, the IRS unveiled an early draft of their new postcard-size tax form for 2019. Continue reading The IRS Unveiled the New Postcard-Size Tax Form for 2019 →
Like most people, I watched with excitement as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (also referred to as the Royals) introduced their latest newborn – a precious baby boy – to the world. To me, the moment represented a speck of innocence in the daily news instead of its usual abhorrent savagery. But as I pondered on the scene displayed on the computer screen, I could not help but to think of the current state of the world – the stark separation of “the haves” and “the have nots”.