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Understanding Your Taxes

March 29th 2016 by
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Before going out and spending your tax refund check, take some time to understand where that refund comes from. Upon getting hired, your employer had a W-4 filled out in which you selected how you wanted your income taxes to be deducted from your paycheck by confirming your marital status, dependents and other information.  As a result, the payroll office can estimate your tax rate.  In the following paychecks, a percentage of your gross pay was taken out and sent to the IRS as your withholdings.  The formula for withholdings is designed to protect people from having to pay money after…

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Protecting Against Elder Abuse

March 28th 2016 by
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As elder fraud becomes more prevalent throughout our society, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued recommendations for financial institutions to protect their members. Financial exploitation is the illegal or improper use of a person’s funds, property or assets, and is the most prevalent form of elder abuse. This is because older consumers often have significant assets, equity for their homes and regular source of income like Social Security or a pension. They are also vulnerable to become a victim of elder abuse due to health and mental problems, isolation and cognitive decline. While many seniors admit that they have been a victim, few cases…

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Saving Money On Your Wardrobe

March 25th 2016 by
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Before going out to buy new clothes, consider some ways to get the clothes you want for less money. Follow some of these tips and get your new wardrobe without hurting your wallet. Before heading out to the store, empty your closet of the clothes you already have that you have not worn.  Any clothes you haven’t worn in the last year should leave your closet, and your house.  Instead of just getting rid of your clothes, try to sell them to a local consignment shop, providing the clothes are in good condition.  If the consignment shop doesn’t take your…

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Earn Money, Lose The Pounds

March 21st 2016 by
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Over the years, there have been a good number of fitness crazes that have pushed people toward the gym.  The latest and very popular weight loss and fitness tool is the Fitbit, with a tracker to count your steps, track your exercise and more.  Not only does it promote your physical well-being, it can also help your financial wellness as well. The wireless activity tracker that you can wear like a watch and tracks the number of steps you take is surrounded by many stories of success.  The Fitbit and other activity trackers can help you gain gift points or cash through some stores and programs.  You can get rewarded for the healthy choices you make through Walgreens Balance Rewards where you can get 20 points per mile with your activity tracker by walking, running or biking.  Getting 5,000 points will get you your first $5 reward which can be…

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Earning Money To Lose Weight

March 18th 2016 by
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You don’t need to be a contestant on the “Biggest Loser” to get money for losing weight.  There are many programs available that are based on the concept in which you make a weight loss bet. Research shows that when money is on the line, more people are motivated to meet their weight loss goals and do in fact reach those goals.  Each program is different but the premise is simple: you make a weight loss bet and if you reach your goal, you win money and if you don’t reach your goal, you lose money.  You may choose to…

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