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Posted: Sun,24 Mar 2019 05:36:26 GMT
Lisa Rowan - Senior Writer and On-Air Journalist
Kelly Fedynich of Morristown, New Jersey, loves to travel. The teacher, 28, had used a rewards credit card before. She had even accumulated enough points to visit Iceland and fly to Florida...
Posted: Sun,23 Sep 2018 01:29:51 GMT
Tyler Omoth - The Penny Hoarder
OK. That vacation cost a little more than expected. And then the car broke down. Now you have debt starting to pile up. Yuck.
Posted: Fri,07 Sep 2018 12:07:18 GMT
Jen Smith - The Penny Hoarder
No matter how far or near you are to retirement, you probably know it’s important to be putting something away for your future self.
Posted: Tue,24 Jul 2018 01:19:43 GMT
Jen Smith - The Penny Hoarder
How to Save in Your 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s if You Want to Retire Someday
Articles with titles like “How Much You Should Have Saved for Retirement at Every Age” are super clickbaity and mostly end up being depressing.
Posted: Thu,14 Jun 2018 02:17:30 GMT
Jen Smith - The Penny Hoarder
Social Security, Medicare Reserves Are Going Dry, but We Aren’t Doomed Yet
If you were optimistic about the future of Social Security and Medicare to support you in retirement, you won’t be after this.
Posted: Sat,19 May 2018 03:13:35 GMT
Desiree Stennett - The Pennt Hoarder
Mortgage Rates Are Going Up. Here’s How Much That Could Cost You if You Buy
If you’re eager to buy a new home, now may not be the time to make the biggest purchase of your life. That’s because the average interest rate has spiked to 4.61%, according to The Wall Street...

Posted: Mon,16 Apr 2018 03:45:12 GMT
How Much
What does it mean to be rich? An oft-cited study from a few years ago suggests that money does in fact buy happiness—to a point. Earning an annual income of $75,000 is directly correlated to...

Posted: Fri,30 Mar 2018 04:11:36 GMT
Lindsey CopelandMarch 29, 2018
Last week, Congress passed and the President signed legislation to fund the federal government for the remaining six months of fiscal year 2018 (FY18). The spending package, known as an omnibus,...

Posted: Mon,08 Jul 2019 04:16:49 GMT
IRS Tax Reform Tax Tip 2019-88, July 8, 2019
Taxpayers should be aware of tax law changes related to alimony and separation payments. These payments are made after a divorce or separation. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changed the rules around...
Posted: Mon,01 Jul 2019 02:53:02 GMT
IRS Tax Tip 2019-85, July 1, 2019
Many people enjoy hobbies that are also a source of income. From painting and pottery to scrapbooking and soapmaking, these activities can be sources of both fun and finances. Taxpayers who make...
Posted: Wed,26 Jun 2019 03:29:33 GMT
IRS Tax Tip 2019-83, June 26, 2019
Educators may be able to deduct unreimbursed expenses on their tax return. This deduction can put money right back in the pockets of eligible teachers and other educators.
Posted: Thu,20 Jun 2019 04:00:27 GMT
IRS Tax Tip 2019-80, June 20, 2019
Taxpayers Who Still Haven’t Filed Their 2018 Tax Return Should do so ASAP
While the federal income tax-filing deadline has passed for most people, some taxpayers did not file an extension and still have not filed their tax returns. These taxpayers should file ASAP....
Posted: Wed,19 Jun 2019 07:08:16 GMT
IRS Tax Tip 2019-79, June 19, 2019
Members of the Armed Forces are Entitled to Certain Tax Benefits
Members of the military and their families often qualify for special tax benefits. For example, members of the armed forces don’t have to pay taxes on some types of income. In addition, special...
Posted: Mon,17 Jun 2019 03:20:17 GMT
IRS Tax Tip 2019-77, June 17, 2019
Here’s what taxpayers need to know about backup withholding
Taxpayers who receive certain types of income may need to have backup withholding taken from these payments. Backup withholding can apply to most payments reported on Forms 1099 and W-2G.
Posted: Thu,13 Jun 2019 03:50:09 GMT
IRS Tax Reform Tax Tip 2019-76, June 13, 2019
Taxpayers have options for paying the tax they owe throughout the year
Taxpayers who need to pay more before tax time have a few different options on how they can do so. First, all employees should make sure their employers are withholding the correct amount of...
Posted: Wed,12 Jun 2019 04:01:21 GMT
IRS Tax Reform Tax Tip 2019-75, June 12, 2019
There are Two Ways Taxpayers can Check Their Withholding on IRS.gov
Taxpayers who haven’t done a Paycheck Checkup to check their withholding in 2019 should do one as soon as possible. The best and easiest way to do a checkup is to use the Withholding Calculator...
Posted: Wed,05 Jun 2019 02:48:47 GMT
IRS Tax Tip 2019-71, June 5, 2019
Got Tip Income? Here Are Some Tips About Tips From The IRS
Aside from regular wages, many taxpayers have jobs where they get tips from their clients or customers. Generally, income received as a tip is taxable. Here’s some information to help taxpayers...
Posted: Tue,04 Jun 2019 03:06:02 GMT
IRS Tax Tip 2019-70, June 4, 2019
Tips for Taxpayers Who May Need to Amend Their Tax Return
Although the IRS often finds and corrects errors during processing, there are certain situations in which a taxpayer may need to file an amended return to make a correction. Here are some quick...


Posted: Mon,15 Jul 2019 03:46:54 GMT
Bernard J. Wolfson - Kaiser Health News
Have you ever stepped up to the pharmacy cash register only to learn your new prescription will cost you hundreds of dollars — instead of your typical $25 copay — because your insurance doesn’t...
Posted: Wed,10 Jul 2019 02:05:51 GMT
Sarah Varney - Kaiser Health News
Insulin is a vital drug that some 7.4 million Americans must take daily to manage their diabetes. But its price nearly doubled from 2012 to 2016, leaving some patients with no choice but to turn...
Posted: Wed,19 Jun 2019 01:40:28 GMT
Dan Weissmann - Kaiser Health News
An MRI is one of those standard tests that doctors order routinely. But the price you’ll pay can be unpredictable.
Posted: Mon,10 Jun 2019 02:47:43 GMT
Phil Galewitz - Kaiser Health News
Why Some CEOs Figure ‘Medicare For All’ Is Good For Business
As health costs continue to grow, straining employer budgets and slowing wage growth, others in the business community are beginning to take the option more seriously.
Posted: Mon,03 Jun 2019 03:01:56 GMT
Roxie Hammill - Kaiser Health News
Churches Wipe Out Millions In Medical Debt For Others
In a mission of forgiveness, churches around the country are buying up medical debt for pennies on the dollar then erasing the debts of strangers. Since the start of 2018, at least 18 churches...
Posted: Fri,31 May 2019 01:41:30 GMT
Michelle Andrews - Kaiser Health News
Mired In Medical Debt? Federal Plan Would Update Overdue-Bill Collection Methods
Elham Mirshafiei was at the library cramming for final exams during her senior year at California State University-Long Beach when she grew nauseated and started vomiting. After the 10th episode...
Posted: Wed,24 Apr 2019 03:03:01 GMT
Victoria Knight
In 10 Years, Half Of Middle-Income Elders Won’t Be Able To Afford Housing, Medical Care
In 10 years, more than half of middle-income Americans age 75 or older will not be able to afford to pay for yearly assisted living rent or medical expenses, according to a study published Wednesday...
Posted: Wed,20 Mar 2019 04:23:55 GMT
Michelle Andrews - Kaiser Health News
Costly Confusion: Medicare’s Wellness Visit Isn’t The Same As An Annual Physical
Medicare doesn’t pay for an annual physical, but it does cover an annual wellness visit focused on preventing disease and disability by coming up with a “personalized prevention plan” for...
Posted: Mon,18 Mar 2019 05:08:59 GMT
Julie Appleby - Kaiser Health News
Broker Websites Expand Health Plan Shopping Options While Glossing Over Details
Some websites consumers use to buy their own health insurance don’t provide full information on plan choices or Medicaid eligibility, and appear to encourage selection of less comprehensive...
Posted: Fri,22 Feb 2019 05:09:18 GMT
Rachel Bluth - Kaiser Health News
s New App From Feds Your Answer To Navigating Medicare Coverage? Yes And No
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services launched this month the “What’s Covered” app, designed to provide yes-or-no answers about what services are covered under traditional Medicare....