It can be a nightmare to be hounded by debt collectors. Yahoo! Finance tell you how to get them off your back.
Personal finance experts who tell you to do all sorts of anxiety-inducing things actually agree that it’s silly to look at your 401(k) statement more than once a year or so. Here’s why.
The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers that it’s easier than ever to pay their taxes electronically, and for those who can’t pay on time, quick and easy solutions are available. Taxpayers who owe, but can’t pay their balance in full, have options. Often, they can qualify for one of several relief programs.
If you’re behind on filing your taxes and never filed for an extension before, you may discover that an extension may not get you as much breathing room as you might like. Here’s why.
What’s the difference between a wealth manager and an investment advisors, and why you should care.
Microsoft Outlook is the de facto email and calendaring client in most offices—and it can help manage your tasks and notes as well. Beyond just clicking Send and Receive, there are lots of things you can do to improve your Outlook workflow, such as sharing your calendar, auto-filtering emails, and more.
USA TODAY’s Matt Granite gets serious about those ‘terms and conditions‘ all of your favorite apps and websites keep having you read. Most likely, you don’t actually read them but now there’s a way to help you get through them.
There’s $950 million in unclaimed refunds, IRS says. Your right to a tax refund expires if you don’t claim it within three years from the due date of the tax return.
Depending on how old you are, you may be tempted to put retirement savings behind paying down debt, funding a child’s education, or other financial goals on your list of priorities. However, since you need to accumulate enough money to cover expenses for the third of your life that you aren’t working, saving for retirement should be your top priority at any age.