Give Back to your Community

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Make Tomorrow a Good Day Tomorrow is April Fool’s Day, and I must admit, I love pulling pranks on people, but instead spend your time and energy into making a difference in your community. Instead of plotting pranks, invest your time into thinking about how you can give back and help people in need. This is NOT an April Fool’s … Read More

Your Finances and Financial Spring Cleaning

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Financial Spring Cleaning With winter gone, and spring in full bloom spring cleaning is on probably on your mind. This is what you’ve been waiting for all winter, to clean your entire house from top to bottom. Wait, you don’t do annual spring cleaning? It’s okay, I don’t either, but the idea of going through your finances at least once … Read More

Saving Money with Daylight Savings Time

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I know I am not the only one feeling more tired today than usual. Every spring, we lose an hour during daylight savings time when we “spring” forward our clocks in order to have longer days of light. This spring jet lag can take a few days to get use to, but once our bodies and minds have adjusted, we … Read More

Your Mardi Gras Budget

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With tomorrow being Fat Tuesday, I thought it would be beneficial for you to know how to celebrate Mardi Gras on a budget. Check your local newspapers for free events and parades that are in your area. If you plan to celebrate at home with family and friends, here are a few tips to having a fun night on a … Read More

The Social Security Tax Break and its Advantages

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The Social Security Tax Break Facts In December President Obama signed a Social Security tax break into law. This was good news, because it reduced the amount of Social Security tax taken out of workers’ pay, meaning an increase in a worker’s take-home pay. This doesn’t apply to everyone, and is only for one year, but by dropping the Social Security … Read More