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Author: Andrew Harris

#474 10 Worst And Best Vacation Cities In The U.S.

The many costs of planning a vacation will put a stress on most people's finances, but where you actually choose to go can be what really makes or breaks your travel budget. From arranging airfare to booking a hotel room to dining out on the town, these expenses can quickly rack up — especially... see more

#421 Your College Won’t Tell You About These 10 Ways to Get More Financial Aid Money

Thinking about how to pay for college is an important topic that parents and kids should talk about together. With the costs of college rising, sometimes deciding where to go for school is as simple as choosing the institution that gives you the best financial aid offer. According to the National... see more

#407 4 Reasons Why Waiting To Buy Life Insurance Is a Bad Idea

Purchasing life insurance coverage is often low on the financial planning priority list for individuals who are young and healthy. The need to have assets set aside to cover final expenses, debts or income replacement for a spouse and dependents is hardly a pressing thought when health concerns a... see more

#396 How the Green Card Lottery Really Works

A green card, which is issued by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), lets you live and work in the United States on a permanent basis. While there are several avenues to getting a green card, including through family, employment or status as a refugee or asylee, not everyone qu... see more

#305 Popular Retirement Portfolio Stocks (ADP, PG)

Slow and steady wins the race, especially if it's a marathon. The key to investing for retirement is to invest in companies that offer dividend growth, thanks to strong cash flow generation, and methodical stock appreciation over the years. These stocks should also be resilient to broader market ... see more

#222 Some Tax Considerations For Your Retirement Income

Even if you don't plan to retire for years, it's still a good idea to think ahead about where you decide to live, the of your income and how it all interacts with Social Security and Medicare. Here's why: Getting a better feel now for the way you could get taxed later can help you find ways to h... see more

#171 Social Security for the Self-Employed: How It Works

When you work as an employee for someone else, that company or organization takes Social Security taxes out of your paycheck and sends the money to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). If your annual salary is $50,000, the amount that will go to Social Security over the course of the year is $3,1... see more

#74 The Purpose Of 1099 Forms

There are many different 1099 forms – 16, to be precise, as of 2014. They all serve the same general purpose, which is to provide information to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) about certain types of income from non-employment-related s. The payers of these types of income must send one copy... see more

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