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Financial News

05
Feb

How To Get Your Finances Back On Track

The festive month-long holiday with family and friends was great, but now consumers need to plan for the year ahead. January is a great time to re-evaluate and look at your goals for the year, which should focus entirely on budgeting and saving. “We underestimate the value of saving and often end up wishing that...
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29
Jan

Here’s the First Day You Can File Your Taxes This Year

Most people don’t associate January with tax season. But if you’re eager to get moving on your taxes, you should know that there are certain benefits to filing prior to the official deadline, which this year is April 17. What’s the earliest date you can submit a tax return in 2018? The Internal Revenue Service...
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12
Dec

Revised Senate health bill would retain taxes on higher-income individuals

Senate Republicans on Thursday released a revised version of their Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017; the new version, if enacted, would retain several taxes first imposed as part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA),
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11
Dec

New Study Uncovers Secrets In Pending Tax Bill

Whether you love or hate the tax bill soon to receive President Trump’s signature, knowing about its hidden problems and opportunities could play a major role in determining everything from your own personal finances to the outcome of the 2018 elections.
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11
Dec

Small business owners worried about minimum wage increase

Flint (WJRT) (1/2/17) – Thousands of workers around the state got a pay raise January 1. The minimum wage increased by 40 cents to $8.90 an hour. A full-time worker will earn $16 more a week. But if you’re the owner of a small business, it could hurt the bottom line. When you’re earning the minimum...
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