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The Best Online Tax Filing Software for 2019

The Best Online Tax Filing Software for 2019

Online tax preparation providers are cutting some interesting deals with customers, and are worth a closer look as April 15 beckons.

Income Tax: Definition, Brackets and State-By-State Differences

Income Tax: Definition, Brackets and State-By-State Differences

Tax season will be here before you know it. How is your income tax determined and how much do you pay based on the state you live in?

Personal Capital vs. Quicken: Which Software Is Better in 2019?

Personal Capital vs. Quicken: Which Software Is Better in 2019?

Personal Capital and Quicken both offer unique money management experiences for digital users. Which one works better for you?

How Much Does Netflix Cost and What Are the Subscription Options?

How Much Does Netflix Cost and What Are the Subscription Options?

Netflix is looking to expand the video streaming experience for its customers - but at what cost?

What Are the Different Types of Interest and Why Do They Matter?

What Are the Different Types of Interest and Why Do They Matter?

Interest comes in many forms, and borrowers and investors should get to know them, if they want the maximum bang for their buck.

How to Buy a Car in 10 Steps With Tips For 2019

How to Buy a Car in 10 Steps With Tips For 2019

Buying a car is about preparation and insider knowledge. Fortunately, both are easy to achieve

When Is the Best Time to Buy a Home in 2019?

When Is the Best Time to Buy a Home in 2019?

Knowing when to buy a home is as vital as knowing what you're going to buy and where you're going to buy it.

12 Best Used and New Car Buying Apps for 2019

12 Best Used and New Car Buying Apps for 2019

There are plenty of good choices when it comes to mobile-based help for buying a new car. Here are your best bets, app-wise.

What Are Credit Card Scams and Why Do They Matter in 2019?

What Are Credit Card Scams and Why Do They Matter in 2019?

Credit card scams are growing more pervasive, as cash is used less, and cards have gone digital.

Why You Should Give the Fed Minutes a Close Read

Why You Should Give the Fed Minutes a Close Read

Much like reading your teenager's journal -- you will find some juicy nuggets on inflation and interest rates so they are worth dissecting.