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Creating a Financial Emergency Kit

In an emergency situation you need to be prepared for anything. While a basic disaster supply kit containing things like water, food, and flashlights is essential to help you through the emergency, you also need to prepare for a way to get back on your feet once the immediate danger has passed. For this, you need to create a financial emergency kit.

Taxes: Exciting or depressing?

Jan 26 2016
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People worry about taking deductions on their taxes because they are afraid it will lead to an audit. But if you keep good records and check your return carefully you have nothing to worry about. In fact, you may be overpaying your taxes in a sense, because you’re overlooking some valuable tax deductions.
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