How will Prince Harry and Meghan make their money, now that royal duties are behind them?
As Prince Harry and Meghan Markel recently completed their Hollywood transition, many things have changed for them, including from where they will be getting their income.
You’ve filed your taxes -- now, what should you do with those documents?
If you’ve finally gotten your taxes filed, you’re probably ready to put it all away and move on. Have you considered which documents you should keep? And for how long?
Why you should do your taxes early, and how to get started
It is easy to put off doing your taxes until the last minute. No one likes to deal with the IRS, and sometimes, procrastination happens as a result.
5 situations in which pets can be used for tax breaks
For those animal lovers who spend so much money on their pets and hope to recoup some of that cash spent when tax season arrives, this is the cold, hard reality: For the most part, you can’t.
Is it time to switch to paying quarterly taxes? Here’s when to decide, and how to get it done
There’s one date each year that sticks out to American taxpayers everywhere: April 15. But to another group of people -- the ones who make quarterly payments -- there are three other times a year to pay up.
Love lost? Spending for Valentine’s Day 2021 expected to go down, survey says
Going into Valentine’s Day this year, it looks like there won’t be as much love for spending money on the occasion as in years past.
Have you seen a ‘secret sister’ gift exchange floating around? It’s a pyramid scheme, BBB warns
It’s not exactly a new concept but, around this time of year, you typically see the idea floating around: It’s usually called something like a “secret sister” gift exchange.
The IRS has made changes to the tax bracket -- here’s what it will mean for you
The IRS announced Monday the 2021 tax year annual inflation adjustments for more than 60 tax previsions. Those include tax rate schedules and other tax changes.
My pandemic business story: ‘It would have been fine if COVID wouldn’t have hit’
In January 2019, Karen Madaras and her business partner took a leap of faith -- or a powerful, ninja-warrior-style athletic jump, to be more accurate: They opened a themed gym in the Memorial area of Houston.
Trying to make a few extra bucks? Sell your old items online: 9 ways to guarantee you’ll profit, and quickly
For many people, 2020 has been a financially uncertain time. There has been job loss, furlough, and still, plenty of unknowns swirl about the future.
Calling all business owners: How have you been affected by COVID-19?
Did you ever assume 2020 would go like this? We don’t need to remind you all the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. But we do want to hear from you, business leaders and owners, if you’re so willing to share.
Applying for your first job amid pandemic? 5 tips that will help
The unprecedented times of the COVID-19 pandemic have made it equally unprecedented for those fresh out of college, or people who are applying for their first job.
What gifts NOT to buy on Father’s Day, according to one survey
For those who are stumped about what kind of gift to buy for Father’s Day, maybe one suggestion that could help is this: Start with what not to buy for the occasion.
‘Should I personalize my resume for each company?’ All your job search questions, answered
Considering the current situation with furloughs and job loss amid the coronavirus pandemic, perhaps you’re thinking it’s a good time to start applying for a new career -- either to replace an old job or to find more fulfillment somewhere else.
Hard times hitting home? Here are ways to avoid foreclosure amid pandemic
During a time in which some people are being furloughed or have lost their jobs altogether, the reality of foreclosure can become a scary thing.
Is this something to ‘jump’ into? Pros, cons of buying a trampoline during a pandemic
Let’s jump into a quandary for some parents scrambling to find entertainment options for their children, who have been home likely way more than usual, considering the COVID-19 pandemic.
Frontier advertises $11 flights -- with a catch, but it still might be just the deal you’re looking for
It’s a strange time to be flying and visiting the airports, but life can’t just stop, regardless of what’s happening with the coronavirus pandemic -- and for some, travel is still essential.
Forget pro, college sports: Why the absence of youth sports might have biggest impact of all
For 11-year-old Victoria Klich, it was like love at first sight. Back in February in the middle of a cold and dreary Michigan winter, Victoria’s father, Greg, introduced her to softball inside the garage of their suburban Detroit home.
‘Bat Fried Rice’ shirt promoted by now-former Lululemon staffer draws backlash
Lululemon Athletica, a company perhaps best known for its trendy-but-pricey yoga pants and leggings, is now under fire after some Instagram activity from one of its former employees attracted negative attention Sunday, according to published reports.
Where’s your stimulus check? Everything you need to know
Wondering how much, if and when you'll get your stimulus check from the Treasury Department? Secure IRS website can tell you in minutes. Even if you don't file a tax return, you're still eligible.
Your coronavirus stimulus payments are about to be deposited
During a White House coronavirus update Thursday, Vice President Mike Pence announced Americans will begin to see their stimulus packages direct depositing to their accounts next week.
Is the next coronavirus-related crisis looming? Consumer default around the world is about to become major issue
There rightfully has been a lot of attention on the staggering unemployment numbers caused by the coronavirus in recent weeks, but in the near future, it might have nothing on the figures for another looming problem related to the pandemic.
Hey drivers, you just might have an auto insurance refund coming your way
Many of us are under official stay-at-home orders or strongly worded recommendations, which means we’re not driving much, if at all.