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Coronavirus Stimulus Package: When You Should Receive Your Payment

The spread of COVID-19 in the United States has put millions of people out of work and has more than 17 million Americans filing for unemployment.

by Nailah Herbert
2020 Tax Filing Deadline Extended

by Nailah Herbert
Withholding: Filling Out Your W-4 Form for a New Job

After being hired, and on day one of a new job, you will be required to complete a W-4 form. We will discuss tax withholding, gross pay, and net pay.

by CapWay
Your Next Level Is Calling...But You Must Do This First

Whether you use a spreadsheet or another form of tracking your spending, you’ll feel more empowered when it comes to your finances and can finally begin to save money for things you want and need when you know exactly where your money is going.

by Lynn Demmons
Quick Tip: Taking Advantage of Your Job's 401(K) Plan

Many people feel that they don’t have the money or assets available to invest. However, if your job offers a 401(K) or retirement fund, these plans are a great way to start investing in your future.

by Andre Marvray II
5 Ways You Can File Your Taxes for Free

by Nailah Herbert
5 Tips on How to Find The Right Tax Preparer

If you owe something, then you haven't been paying enough, and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) could add penalties and interest to what is already owed.

by Jala Eaton
File Your Tax Return and Get Ahead Financially

On January 24, 2022, people can begin filing their federal tax returns for the 2021 tax year. Individual income tax preparation can be tricky, and it is essential that all of the values included when filing your return are accurate.

by Nailah Herbert
Tax Season: IRS Allows for Free Filing

by CapWay
How to Avoid Overspending on Holiday Gifts

Buying gifts for the people in your life can make you feel good, but your pockets can be left in bad shape if your gifts lead you to take on credit card debt or mess up your budget.

by CapWay
Seven Tips to Improve Your Financial Position

To become financially successful in the long run, one must make a series of smart decisions. As a person’s main goal should be to try and achieve financial independence, below are some tips that could help you expedite your financial success.

by Nailah Herbert
Do's and Don'ts of Contributing to Your Social Security Credits

by CapWay
3 Ways to Save $300+ During Tax Season

by CapWay
File Your Taxes for Free Ninety-Nine!

by CapWay
Who Can and Can't Seize Your Tax Refund

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