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#344 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

#227 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

#222 4 Best Apps To Track Your Retirement Money

If you're like most working people, you have only one major of income: your job. Once you hit retirement, however, that changes, and you are likely to have several different s of income. While it's important to know where you stand financially at any given point in time, keeping track of your re... see more

#199 Eight Ways To Use Your Tax Refund Wisely

Tax time is right around the corner, and anyone anticipating a refund has probably started thinking about how that refund will be spent. For some people, a tax return is seen as a good excuse to buy a luxury item or take a vacation. For people who are savvy with their personal finances, a tax ref... see more

#143 Why Is It Easier To Find A Job While Employed?

Unfortunately, the tired old theme of the rich get richer… seems to hold true in the job search field, too. Conventional wisdom is borne out by reality. As Alison Green, author of "How To Get A Job: Secrets of A Hiring Manager," confirms:, "Employers tend to prefer to hire people who are alread... see more

#66 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

#42 Medigap Vs. Medicare Advantage: Which Is Better?

Like any massive insurance enterprise, Medicare is confusing. Medicare.gov will give you hundreds of pages of explanation, but luckily, the basics of the program aren't difficult to grasp. As the cliché goes, however, the devil is in the details.Medicare has four basic parts – A, B, C a... see more

#22 Top 7 Mistakes To Avoid On Your 529 Plan

Investing in your child's education is one of the most important things you can do for your child. A 529 plan enables you to start saving early – the earlier the better - so you can allow the money you invest to make more money for you and your child. But, there are some pitfalls you must avoid... see more

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