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Understanding Commonly Used Tax Loopholes

Understanding Commonly Used Tax Loopholes

The tax code. Hardly the stuff of breezy beachside reading. Those who do sit down and explore every nook and cranny of its complexities will find a litany of tax loopholes. Individuals and corporations alike can (and do) exploit them for the purposes of paying as little as possible to Uncle Sam. However, the tax code is constantly evolving and […]






by January 19, 2017 0 comments Taxes
What Does the Fed Rate Hike Mean for Student Loans?

What Does the Fed Rate Hike Mean for Student Loans?

You have enough to worry about where your student loans are concerned. Rate hikes are the last thing you need to deal with right now. Yet, in December 2016 the Fed implemented an increase in interest rates. This is a decision many analysts had expected would come to pass. That’s after a marked upswing in the nation’s employment rates had […]






by January 13, 2017 0 comments Personal Finance
Where to Look for Free Help With Your Student Loans

Where to Look for Free Help With Your Student Loans

The current student loan statistics are staggering. The total amount of U.S. student loan debt in 2016 has reached a whopping $1.26 trillion. That’s right, trillion with a T. There are over 43 million Americans paying off student loans at an average payment of $351 per month. Most borrowers are between the ages of 20 and 30 years old and the […]






by November 21, 2016 0 comments Personal Finance
How to Pay Off Student Loans in 5 Easy Steps

How to Pay Off Student Loans in 5 Easy Steps

There’s an old saying: “If you think education is expensive, try ignorance”. Yeah well, ignorance doesn’t charge 7.9% interest and that’s the current rate of most student loans right now. Millions of college kids around the country are graduating this summer and many of them will join the ever-increasing number of Americans who will be saddled with thousands of dollars […]






by June 3, 2016 0 comments Personal Finance