Avoid Divorce Court: How Couples Can Agree on Finances

Avoid Divorce Court: How Couples Can Agree on Finances
Solve Your Money Arguments Before It's Too Late It’s an age-old problem that comes up in almost every marriage — finances. Whether it’s one spending too much or the case of disappearing dollars, it doesn't take much for couples to bicker over spending and saving. However, it doesn't have to end in a big argument or worse, divorce court. Here's...

Generating Spare Time Income is Easiest With…

Generating Spare Time Income is Easiest With
Smart Quiz: Generating Spare Time Income is Easiest With... Access to a Vehicle Having a Spare Room Possessing Skills All of them Answer: All of Them There are more side gig opportunities available now than ever before, which means there are more ways than ever to create additional income in your spare time. Odds are you already have a skill set...

Retiring in a College Town

Best Thing About Retiring in a College Town
(FinancialHealth.net) - Thinking about where to live after retirement? If a beachfront condo or cottage in the woods isn’t your cup of tea, maybe it's time to step out of the box a bit. For those who choose a college town, there are plenty of ways to keep busy while enjoying an active lifestyle. Some of the best things about...

Benefits of Utilizing Schedule R When Filing Taxes

Benefits of Utilizing Schedule R When Filing Taxes
The Credit That Could Reduce Your Income Tax There is a tax credit available to adults over the age of 65 that can reduce their federal income tax obligations, but many don’t know about it. The Credit for the Elderly and the Disabled is available to seniors who meet a set of criteria, including age, disability status and income. Taxpayers should...

Tokens Anyone?

(FinancialHealth.net) - Cryptocurrency. Bitcoin. Do you remember when that trend started and everyone thought it was just a passing phase? Something that was mainly used between gamers and really didn’t matter much if you weren’t part of that world? Cryptocurrencies are a complex sequence of mathematical formulas run on a computer, shared on a public ledger by use of blockchain...

Helpful Tax Deductions for Seniors

Which Type of Account Saves Pre-Tax Dollars?
The Standard Deduction Is Most Common, But What Else Should You Be Taking Advantage Of? Sometimes seniors miss out on viable tax deductions that might help save them money or increase the value of their annual return. The most common applied deduction is the standard deduction, which nearly doubled for 2019. This year, singles can claim $12,000 in the standard...

7 Ways to Lower Your Cable Bill

7 Ways to Lower Your Cable Bill
(FinancialHealth.net) - Cable used to be fairly priced. While never truly cheap, it was something most American households could budget for and enjoy without too much effort. These days, it’s a heck of a lot different. Thanks to crackdowns on the industry and an ever-expanding list of competitors offering access to online streaming services, prices are constantly on the...

5 Budget-Friendly Packed Lunch Ideas

5 Budget-Friendly Packed Lunch Ideas
Skip Takeout in Favor of Delicious Packed Lunches When lunchtime hits during the busy workday, you want something delicious, filling and fast. Grabbing grub from a delectable deli or munching on chips and queso from a popular Mexican restaurant is tempting, but it can dwindle down the bank account. The good news is it’s still possible to have a delicious...

Taking These Financially Healthy Steps Will Prepare For Retirement

Financially Healthy Steps To Prepare For Retirement
(FinancialHealth.net) Don’t Leave Your Job Behind Until You’ve Done This Only 60% of working Americans feel sure they’re adequately preparing for retirement. No matter where you find yourself, whether retirement is years away or coming up next month, it's possible to take a trial run. Pre-retirement refers to the time leading up to the day you stop working, and it's all about...

Tax Break Extensions You May Have Missed Over The Holidays

Tax Break Extensions You May Have Missed Over The Holidays
(FinancialHealth.net) - Over the holidays, President Trump signed legislation into law that went a bit unnoticed but is very important. The law is the Taxpayer Certainty and Disaster Tax Relief Act of 2019 and it extends and resurrects a lot of popular tax breaks for both individuals and businesses. Here is a list of the tax credits you may qualify...

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3 Best Ways to Prevent Travel Theft

(FinancialHealth.com) - Theft is prevalent in every corner of the world. This is even more true in popular travel destinations, where local criminals are...