The Importance of Planning to File Taxes for Side Income

Earning extra money can be great. If you are an independent contractor, freelancer, or work various different side jobs throughout the year, you’ll need to file taxes on the income you earn as long as you earn more than $600 annually. If you are getting paid via cash, you’ll need to track the income you are earning and your expenses, but if you are being paid via check and taxes aren’t being...

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Should You Become a One Car Household?

With the price of cars and auto loans constantly on the rise, becoming a one-car household has been looking more and more appealing to me. I shared before how my husband and I are planning to never get another car loan again and I still firmly stand behind that stance. We still have our own cars and we plan to drive them into the ground before we switch to a one car household. To be honest though,...

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Best Apps to Help You Save Money on Everyday Purchases

With the prices of food and everyday items rising due to inflation, consumers everywhere are feeling their budgets squeeze. There’s no doubt that coupons help bridge the gap caused by inflation in people’s budgets for everyday purchases. Even though overall food prices are rising, people are still scared off from using coupons because of outdated beliefs that couponing requires hours of time spent...

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Tim Grittani Net Worth

Can you believe it? Growing a $1,500 investment in just three years isn’t a feat that the average person can accomplish. Tim Grittani is not your average investor. Neil Patel says the investment genius grew up in a Chicago middle-class neighborhood. Nothing would have marked him out as a person destined for tremendous financial success.He developed an interest in getting lessons on entrepreneurship...

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