Let's face it, every day it gets harder and harder to make ends meet. Gas prices keep rising. Trips to the grocery store get more expensive. And everywhere you turn, somebody is trying to charge you a little more than they did yesterday. What's left from the average paycheck is getting smaller and smaller.
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Pay Zero Taxes: 22 Expert Strategies to Reduce or Eliminate Your Income Tax — divided into three groups based on household income, the tips included why you should prepay your mortgage in December, how hiring your kids can give you a tax break, and how you might be able to exclude up to $250,000 of profit when you sell your home. Compiled by a group of our tax, accounting, and financial planning experts, this issue is a must read for anyone looking to reduce their tax burden each year.
How to Save THOUSANDS on Healthcare Right Now — with all the changes in the works centering on health insurance, it is critical for consumers to know their options. Saving money comes down to more than choosing a deductible and co-pay that fits your budget. Health-savings accounts (HSAs) and High-Deductible Health Plans (HDHPs) are just two aspects to consider, among many others our expert panel lays out.
A Costly Social Security Mistake To Avoid — many married couples make a huge mistake when it comes time for each spouse to file for Social Security benefits, one that could cost them tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars. An expert in wealth management recently told Franklin Prosperity Report members when each spouse should file to maximize their benefits.
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