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4 Investments That are Worth Your Money

By |November 15th, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

Wise people know the importance of saving money. However, those who are wiser go one step further and invest their money instead. The question is, which are the right products to invest your money into? The following are a few options that are worth considering:

Ways to Allow Your Business to Take Off from Scratch

By |November 11th, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

It’s not easy to start a business and ensure that it soars in no time. You will go through a lot before you can see your business achieve milestones. Even if it’s difficult, you can still make it happen. These tips will help you reach your business goals after starting with nothing.

Is it Hard to Prove Wrongful Termination?

By |November 8th, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

If you’ve been wrongfully terminated, compensation for your troubles is not automatic. You need evidence of wrongdoing. This can be difficult to prove because there are legal reasons to fire an employee. The success of your case depends on proving that you were terminated for illegal reasons.

Why is a Credit Card Essential in the United States? 

By |November 7th, 2019|Categories: General Personal Finance|

If you’re someone that has just moved to the United States, it can be hard to determine what it is that you need to do in terms of money. How can you know that you have the resources that you need and that will allow you to find success? 

Break the Bad Spending Habit and Cook at Home

By |November 6th, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

Like many others, you may find yourself swimming in debt that feels completely deep and unmanageable. If you feel shame about the situation stop right there because for most North Americans, at one point or another in their life, they will be in some form of debt.

IRS Tax Audits And What They Mean For You

By |October 31st, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

An unavoidable mandate for American citizens is in fulfilling their tax mandates both at individual levels and as a business. Nationally, the Internal Revenue Service has the mandate of ensuring that all taxpayers abide by the set requirements and continuously present the right returns. As such, from time to time, the agency will reach out to taxpayers through the much-dreaded auditing for verification of their fillings. Unlike the popular perception among Americans, receiving an audit letter from the IRS does not in any way imply criminal activities. It is a normal process run by the agency that seeks to evaluate the financial data they have received and the accuracy of the presented paperwork. Many at times, the taxpayers chosen for auditing are selected through a statistical formula that is based on the norms expected when filing returns.