Putting money into an IRA helps you save for retirement and get tax breaks at the same time. While there are several types of Individual Retirement Accounts, you’ll most commonly hear about ‘Roth’ and ‘traditional’ IRAs.
October is Cybersecurity Month, and we embrace any chance to talk about better practices when it comes to keeping yourself and your information safe online. The fact is, we put more and more of our personal information online every single day. We share our locations and personal info on social media. We increasingly use services like online banking. There is more information about us available online than we likely realize, which is why we need to be increasingly careful to safeguard that information. Here are some quick ways to do that!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! It’s TAX SEASON!!
Here are some of the emotions associated with tax season: stress, confusion, stress, anticipation (of a good refund), stress, disappointment (when your refund isn’t what you hoped it would be), and stress!
There are a few things that can be counted on in life.
Death. Taxes. Superhero movies.
Everyone deals with bills. After high school, no matter where you find yourself in life, there’s a very good chance you have bills pay.
June is National Safety Month, and if you visited the blog last month, you know that we were celebrating graduating seniors! Well, many recent grads take the time right after school has ended to experience the wide world before settling down. It can be so easy to get caught up in the thrill of exotic locales and unfamiliar destinations and neglect some basic safety measures that are so important. So, here are some tips on how to travel safely this summer!
It’s job hunting season. That means lots of applying, filling out work histories, and hopefully lots of interviews! This can easily be the most daunting part of the entire job-hunting process. Don’t worry – we have you covered with some important job interview tips.