Tax Freedom Day Approaches

Taxpayers will have a reason to celebrate later this month. According to the Tax Foundation, this year’s Tax Freedom Day® falls on April 24. On that date, the nation as… Read More

Jordan Dechtman / April 18, 2016
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National Financial Literacy Month

April has been designated National Financial Literacy Month since 2004, when the United States Senate passed a resolution highlighting the importance of financial literacy and teaching consumers of all ages… Read More

Jordan Dechtman / April 12, 2016
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Recordkeeping Guideines

Complete, organized financial records can really simplify tax time. And keeping those records as long as you may need them can prevent future stress. Here are a few suggestions on… Read More

Jordan Dechtman / April 7, 2016
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Social Security in 2016

The end of the file and suspend strategy, effective May 1, is this year’s biggest change to Social Security. Individuals under full retirement age will no longer be able to… Read More

Jordan Dechtman / March 21, 2016
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Preparing for Career Opportunities

There are several bright spots in today’s job market. Overall, the U.S. added 2.45 million jobs for 2015. According to a survey published last fall by Michigan State University, employers… Read More

Jordan Dechtman / March 14, 2016
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National Consumer Protection Week

Financial security involves more than having a retirement plan or a way to accumulate wealth. It also requires being vigilant to protect your finances so you don’t fall victim to… Read More

Jordan Dechtman / March 8, 2016
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America Saves Week

February 22 – 27 is America Saves Week, when more than 1,000 non-profit, government and corporate groups promote good savings behavior. In the spirit of this educational campaign, here are… Read More

Jordan Dechtman / February 22, 2016
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