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Saving Tips – Page 11 – Smart Finance Facts

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How Much Should I Save Every Month?

The financial disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic has motivated many people to reassess their budgets and work on better savings habits. But if you’re not used to having...

7 Tax Exemptions To Take Advantage Of This Year

Want to know where you can find the most significant tax cuts this year? These tips from Smart Asset will show you where to look to determine if you...

4 Ways To Lower Your Taxes

The New York Times report revealing President Trump’s taxes is sure to be the week’s headline news story. If you want to reduce your own tax bill without an...

4 Ways To Keep Saving For Retirement When You Max Out Your Contributions

What should you do if you max out your annual 401(k) contributions? You don’t want your retirement savings plan to take a backseat, and you don’t want a hefty...

4 Signs You’re Saving Too Much For Retirement

When it comes to saving for retirement, many focus on the problem of not saving enough. However, saving too much can also become a problem. Kali Hassinger, a Center...

9 Ways To Save Money And Boost Your Savings

You might have a tried-and-true strategy that’s helped you build a sizeable savings account. But suppose you’re worried that you should go beyond setting aside a percentage of each...

6 Ways To Save When You’re Bad At Saving Money

No matter how strong your desire might be, saving money is never easy. If you don’t have much disposable income or a savings strategy, the remaining amount after paying...

10 Things To Know About Your Medicare Plan

Medicare is a government-sponsored health care program that can help you afford medical expenses like hospitalizations, routine doctor’s appointments, and, more recently, preventative care. If you enrolled in Medicare,...

10 Financial Tips For Family Caregivers

As the US’s elderly population ages, there will be an estimated 81.2 million older adults 65 and older by 2030. A large portion of this group will require assistance...

5 Signs Of An IRS Tax Scam

You receive an email, phone call, or text Hoard Dvorkin, CPA and Debt.com chairman of financial solutions, says, “The IRS is old-fashioned. You’ll get a letter first.” The IRS...