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5 Reasons To Choose a High-Yield Savings Account Over a CD

If you don't have cash in some type of high-yield account, you're missing out on an exceptional opportunity to grow your money. The Federal Reserve has increased interest rates several times over the...

CD Rates Forecast: Will They Keep Going Up?

A certificate of deposit is similar to a savings account in that you deposit funds into an account and earn interest on the balance. However, savings accounts are "demand" accounts that let you...

9 Banks With Completely Free Checking and No Minimum Balance

Keeping cash on hand never goes out of style, and a checking account is the best place to keep it instantly accessible for bills and day-to-day expenses. But some checking accounts have minimum...

Trump Era Tax Cuts Are Set To Expire — Here’s How Much More You’ll Pay

When 2025 draws to a close, so will many of the sweeping Trump-era GOP tax breaks established by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017. While the legislation made some tax cuts to corporate profit...

IRS Increases Gift and Estate Tax Exempt Limits — Here’s How Much You Can Give Without Paying

It's nobler to give than to take, the saying goes, and giving assets to loved ones while you're still alive is a great way for them to enjoy the benefits right away -- and for you to delight in seeing...

The 7 Worst Things You Can Do If You Owe the IRS

You're in debt to Uncle Sam. This probably isn't a great feeling, but you have to face it. More: 5 Tax Blunders That Can Leave You BrokeFind Out: What To Do If You Owe Back Taxes to the IRS Maybe you...

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