Since the New Year starts next week, you’ve got just a couple more days to take some steps to reduce your 2007 taxes. These tactics will lower your realized income so that you can reduce your overall tax bill come spring…
The holiday shopping season officially starts on the Friday after Thanksgiving. So, most of us are gearing up to tackle the malls on that day. According to the Retail Federation, Americans will spend an extra $20 billion during November and December…
Money, that’s what we want. We beg, borrow, hunt, bargain, barter, and haggle. If we can save a quarter here or a dollar there, we feel pretty good. At Mint, we also love a good deal. And we’re sharing the best sites and products we’ve come across that offer to save us money on the stuff we were going to buy anyway.
Last week, we published Aaron Patzer’s Three Principles of Personal Finance in a three-part series. We welcome your comments. And if you found the article useful, we hope you’ll forward, Digg, or share the article so others get the message: it can be simple to manage your money well.
Tired of your high cable bill? What about your high interest-rate credit card? Let’s also not forget those pesky bank fees. Here are three ways to save some money from each of these financial bills: ask the company!
How much will an iPhone truly cost you? What about that puppy you’ve set your eyes on? The new car you’re about to purchase? We searched the web for the numbers, busted out our abacus and crunched some numbers. Find out the real sticker prices and what they mean to you.
What are the benefits of using fixed-rate mortgage in purchasing or refinancing your home? If you are in an adjustable-rate loan, should you consider refinancing and getting out of it while you still can – before interest rates get too high and home values drop?
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