Finance/Money Guest Blogs

Online Shopping? How to Protect Your Identity and Your Wallet

Guest Post By: Christine DiGangi Consumers and identity thieves love online shopping for the same reason: convenience. But many of the things we do to save time when shopping also make it easier for someone to steal our personal information or credit card data. While there’s no way to totally avoid the risk of identityContinue Reading “Online Shopping? How to Protect Your Identity and Your Wallet”

Finance/Money

Keeping Better Track of Your Finances

Money is a sensitive subject. It’s not always that easy to talk about or to work with. Either way, we all need to learn how to budget properly at some point or another in life. Regardless of how much money you earn, we all have outgoings; some bigger than others. So, it’s important to beContinue Reading “Keeping Better Track of Your Finances”

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2017 Tax Guide for the Military Family

Get your documents together. It’s that time of year to get organized for filing your taxes. Whether you will owe Uncle Sam money or are expecting a tax refund in your account, service members and their families have access to tax filing resources that won’t cost a thing.   2017 Tax Guide for the MilitaryContinue Reading “2017 Tax Guide for the Military Family”

Finance/Money Guest Blogs

What You Should Do After Receiving an IRS Notice of Deficiency

  No one likes seeing a letter from the IRS in the mail and IRS notice of deficiencies can be a scary piece of mail to open.  If you receive this notice, the shock and fear alone may be enough to leave you reeling. Don’t stress; take a deep breath and take the time toContinue Reading “What You Should Do After Receiving an IRS Notice of Deficiency”