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Not me! I took this photo at a local bike race. Another month has gone by – wow! Well, as I do every month, I want to go through my spending and also just kind of highlight my life for the month. I’ve been doing a ton of mountain biking. For some reason, it always takes me awhile to remember that mountain biking is a fun thing and that I should do it more. I […]

The United States has very generous tax rates for investment income such as qualified dividends and long-term capital gains, as low as 0%. This is a key component of the Never Pay Taxes Again strategy. But sometimes you want (need?) to realize some large gains – say, if you are paying cash for a boat or a house, or if you are moving from a low-tax to a high-tax residence and want a massive step-up […]

Weddings seem to bet getting more and more expensive. Couples have a hard time finding ways to save money on the big event. Wedding dress rental is something that may make sense. Before you stop reading, please hear me out on this. When it comes to planning and paying for a wedding, couples should spend […]

It was only after my break-up that warnings I’d downplayed from my family came sharply into focus. They knew early on that he wasn’t the right person for me. I discovered this too late. What I’m most upset about is the robbery of time. Life is measured in moments, and I was caught in the […] The post How My Post-Breakup “Revenge Savings Plan” Saved Me $62,000 appeared first on The Financial Diet.

Are you tired of constantly overspending and not even knowing where the money went? It’s frustrating and stressful to feel disconnected from your spending and… The post How a No Spend Challenge Will Help You Save Money Fast appeared first on Go From Broke.

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  So many people – especially newly divorced single moms and first-time freelancers – end up in tax trouble for one common reason: They don’t realize they need to make estimated tax payments.  So if you: Started a business Have a side gig Got unemployment Work from home as a freelancer Have any 1099-NEC or 1099-MISC income Have investment income Take money out of a retirement account… You could get a nasty surprise at tax […]

When it comes to planning a vacation, plenty of cost-related considerations abound. If you’re looking for reliable ways to save on your next summer vacation, keep this comprehensive list of cost-cutting tactics for popular types of vacation close at hand. 8 Ways to Save Money on Popular Summer Vacation Ideas is a post from Money Crashers.

6 Things to Do With Your Child Tax Credit Money is a post originally published on: Everything Finance – Everything Finance – Its all about Money! By now, you may have heard about the child tax credit money that most parents may be able to get. Starting July 15, eligible households with a joint income of less than $150,000 might have qualified to receive up to $300 per month for children under the age of […]

Most of us have at least some medical bills each year. And with the rising cost of medical care, they can add up even when you have health insurance. The good news is, most people with employer health plans have access to tax-deductible medical savings accounts. HSAs, FSAs, and HRAs are different accounts that help you pay for healthcare costs tax-free. Any medical savings account is better than none. But each type of account has […]

Most of us have at least some medical bills each year. And with the rising cost of medical care, they can add up even when you have health insurance. The good news is, most people with employer health plans have access to tax-deductible medical savings accounts. HSAs, FSAs, and HRAs are different accounts that help you pay for healthcare costs tax-free. Any medical savings account is better than none. But each type of account has […]

    $357 billion is not an insignificant sum. And that’s what investors in the United States have saved over the last 25 years by using index funds. The good news is that, although indexed assets as a percentage of float-adjusted market capitalisation have grown sharply in that time, the figure still stands at a relatively modest 17%. As ANU GANTI from S&P Dow Jones Indices explains, the potential for even greater savings in the […]

Read the original post on homelyeconomics.com! Here are the UK cashback apps you need to reduce your food shop bill. I’ve been using cashback apps on my phone for several years now, and I’ve figured out which ones I love enough to recommend to you. I’ve listed the apps I’ve used on a weekly basis, so you […] The post The Best UK Cashback Apps To Save Money On Supermarket Shopping appeared first on Homely Economics.

If you are reading this right now, you might be afraid of budgeting. You might have trouble with math or just hate the analytical nature of budgeting. It may even be that you’re afraid you can’t do it or you won’t do any good anyway if you tried it. I get it. However, even if you know nothing about saving… The post Budgeting Hacks You Should Try Even If You Have No Idea How to […]