The Affordable Care Act, or healthcare reform, was designed to extend cost-effective healthcare coverage to over 30 million uninsured Americans. Here is an overview of what the Affordable Care Act is and what does it mean for you and your family.
Every year the IRS reports about 1 billion dollars in unclaimed refunds. Here are several reasons you may get money back when you file your taxes even if you are not required to file.
The start of a new year is the perfect time to get organized and start fresh with financial resolutions. With a few simple tactics and tips, you can set up yourself up for success and make your financial goals last throughout the year.
As mobile devices continue to play a bigger role in our daily lives, it’s important to make sure that your information and data is safe and secure. Here are tips to protect your mobile device.
Congress passed the American Tax Relief ACT of 2012 on New Year’s Day, preventing America from falling off the “fiscal cliff.” Find out about the new tax law changes and how they may affect your tax return and wallet.
The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a credit available to families that do not have a high income, helping them keep more of their hard-earned money. Here are answers to the most common questions to help you understand if you qualify for the EITC.
Raising families can be expensive. One of the biggest deductions available to families to help keep money in their pocket at tax time is the dependent deduction. Check out a quick reference guide to find out if the person you support is a qualified dependent, according to the IRS.
Identity theft is on the rise, and as in most cases of fraud, the best protection is prevention. Here are six helpful tips to protect yourself from identity theft and keep your information safe and secure.