Taxes 2018: What you need to know

W-2s: Federal law states that all employers must send employees their W-2 statement no later than January 31st. Dates: The IRS will officially began accepting tax returns for 2018 on Monday, January 28, 2019. The deadline to file is Monday, April 15, 2018. Extension: You can request a 6-month extension that gives you extra time… Continue reading Taxes 2018: What you need to know

Birthday Coupons and Freebies

My birthday is in November and I just started receiving a ton of emails for special coupons for my birthday! Online rewards, promotional emails, or e-rewards will let you know about promotions that they are running. During your birthday month, the promotions are even better than usual and more geared towards your special day. If… Continue reading Birthday Coupons and Freebies

2018 Grads: Embrace Student Loans

According to Forbes, student loan debt is at an all time high of $1.5 trillion. The conversation surrounding student loans is normally negative, and it’s easy to understand why. Going into tens of thousands of dollars of debt for a piece of paper may seem like an unfair trade, but for most people, it’s worth… Continue reading 2018 Grads: Embrace Student Loans