Sep 8, 2021
Ways to Avoid a Big Fat Tax Surprise in April
Complex compensation plans go hand in hand with being a corporate executive. In addition to a salary, you may receive stock options, restricted stock units, and other forms of compensation. But come tax time, these …
Financial Planning For Young Adults: Income Tax Tips
For a lot of young people, especially those who are beginning to get a handle on their finances, tax filing can be a dreaded task …
How Often Should You Monitor Your Checking Account?
A checking account is a useful tool for paying bills and covering expenses when using a debit card. Thanks to online and mobile banking …
10 Things Every Worker Needs to Know About the W-4 Form
The W-4 form is used by workers to provide their employer with the information needed to determine how much income tax should be …
How To Retire Successfully By Finding Fulfillment—Not Just Fun
Most people look forward to retirement. It's an opportunity to spend a lot of time having "fun" – something that a hectic, executive …
Thinking of Donating to your Alma Mater? Be Careful!
"My father graduated from a small, private college in the Midwest with a degree in civil engineering. He became a real estate developer …
The IRS Is Still Seeing a 'Record Number' of Stimulus Check Scams
To the millions of people with three rounds of Economic Impact Payments under their belt, stimulus checks may seem like a relic …
Swimply: Will You Share Your Pool With Strangers For Money?
Swimply might be the ultimate expression of the sharing economy. The company's business model is based on your renting someone's swimming …
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Ford Pardons Nixon
What Year
In a controversial executive action, President Gerald Ford pardons his predecessor Richard Nixon for any crimes he may have committed or participated in while in office.
The day was Sep 8. What year was it?
Quote of the Week
"Wealth consists not in having great possessions, but in having few wants."
The financial ratio which divides a company's 'liquid assets' by 'current liabilities' is known by what popular term?
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