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IRS Free File: How to File Taxes for Free

Taxpayers with an adjusted gross income of $73,000 or less can take advantage of the File Free program. Those with income over $73,000 can either file their own taxes for free or ask an income tax company to file it for them for a fee.

by Matin Varshochi
Sinking Fund vs. Emergency Fund: How Do They Work?

No matter the situation, it is good to have some money on hand. Sinking funds and an emergency fund are good strategies to make sure that happens. Find out the difference between the two.

by Shaun Morgan
How to Talk With Your Family About Money | Culture Meets Money with Berna Anat

by Nailah Herbert
National Entrepreneurship Day: Jala Eaton of On My Own Financial

Jala Eaton, Esq., Certified Trust and Fiduciary Advisor (CTFA), is the Founder and CEO of On My Own Financial, LLC and J. Eaton Law PC. Learn more about Jala Eaton, her company On My Own Financial, and her advice to other women entrepreneurs.

by Nailah Herbert
How to Create a Basic Budget in Three Simple Steps

A basic budget provides you with a plan to implement, should a financial emergency strike and you must limit your spending only to your most basic needs.

by Pam Hill
Investing in Fine Art | Culture Meets Money with Okeeba Jubalo

Okeeba Jubalo is the Founder and CEO of Okeeba Jubalo Fine Art Gallery, located in North Charleston, South Carolina, and is known as the South’s premier African American fine art gallery. As a special guest on Culture Meets Money, Okeeba Jubalo discussed how people could invest and profit from fine art.

by Nailah Herbert
Why Crypto's Real Value was Never $3 Trillion

Cryptocurrency has become increasingly popular over the years. It has experienced many technological advances and had many ups and downs. During its peak, many people were investing in Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other altcoins. Although cryptocurrency had an initial purpose, the current market does not reflect its intentions, which is why some believe its real value was never $3 trillion.

by Matin Varshochi
The Difference Between Depreciating and Appreciating Assets

Appreciating and depreciating assets both serve an important role in your financial portfolio. Knowing the difference between the two and how to use each one to its greatest effect can maximize their value as you build your wealth.

by Pam Hill
The Difference Between Assets and Liabilities

Financial statements are often thought of as something that only companies need worry about, but a personal financial statement can help you track your financial health and hone in on trouble spots and opportunities. 

by Pam Hill
What is a Zero-Based Budget? | CapWay

If you find yourself routinely having more month than money, then it may be time to embrace a more structured budgeting approach by starting from zero, zero-based budgeting, that is.

by Pam Hill
How NFL Players Spend Their Money

Professional athletes in their late teens or early twenties earn millions of dollars. Unfortunately, as we have seen from some of our former favorite athletes, many spend more than they save and invest.

by Matin Varshochi

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