It’s a new year, which means we’ve passed through the most wonderful time of the year and are inching closer to another important season – tax filing time. It doesn’t matter if you’re outsourcing your tax filing to an expert or handling it on your own; you need to start preparing now if you want to avoid procrastination and potential errors with your finances.
For a lot of people, slimming down their waistlines is a fairly common New Year’s resolution. But we want to make sure your wallet is the one thing that doesn’t slim down in the New Year!
We hope you didn’t spend all of your holiday savings on Black Friday, but regardless we want to help you create an unforgettable holiday with your family and friends. Most of your money can easily be spent on holiday gifts, so we’re going to give you our tips on how to make the holidays memorable without blowing your budget.
On Thanksgiving, many Americans will ignore the irony of stampeding through stores the very same evening that they reflected on what they’re grateful for.
Of course, Black Friday isn’t all bad – after all, this shopping day can prove successful for small businesses as well as employees who are paid time and a half for working the day of or after Thanksgiving. And for some shoppers, the adrenaline that comes with hunting for the best bargains is an annual family tradition.