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How To Verify a Cashier’s Check: 3 Precautions To Take

Unlike a personal check, a cashier's check is a direct obligation of the bank. As a result, there is virtually no risk that a cashier's check will bounce or otherwise be invalid. See: How To Guard...

How To Write a Check in 6 Easy Steps: A Visual Guide

While it's so easy just to swipe your debit card at the cash register or to pay your bills online, the paper check has not yet met its demise. There are times when writing a check is the easiest way...

Checkbook Risks: Why You Shouldn’t Write Checks Anymore

When was the last time you wrote a check? In a new survey from GOBankingRates polling 1,000 Americans, 44.5% of respondents revealed they have not written a physical check in the past year. While this...

Tax Cuts: 50% of States Are Pushing For Reductions or Eliminating Taxes Altogether

While the federal government is dealing with a debt ceiling crisis, many local states have a cash surplus: so-called "rainy day funds." In fact, 27 states are now considering cutting taxes (or...

Why the Bonus Tax Rate Is Bad News for Your Tax Refund

Knowing the rules around bonus taxation can help you prepare for the hit. Read on to understand and minimize the taxes associated with bonuses.

What Is the Standard Deduction Amount for 2022-2023 and When To Take It

When you file your federal income tax return, you have two choices: take the standard deduction or itemize your deductions. Check Out: 8 IRS Secrets To Know for the 2023 Tax Filing SeasonMore: 3 Signs...

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Dave Ramsey

“The quickest right way to become a millionaire is to consistently invest over a long period of time. Don’t get distracted by market swings, trendy stocks or get-rich-quick schemes.”

Rachel Cruze

“Get this, two out of three impulse buys happen in bed on a phone! Ditch the urge to 'add to cart' and throw all that extra money toward debt or savings depending on your situation.”

Mark Cuban

“Don't follow excitement, follow your homework. People tend to chase excitement in markets thinking if everyone else is buying or selling, they should be too.”

Tori Dunlap

“Start paying off debt now. Start budgeting now. And start investing as soon as you can –– even if it's just $100 in an IRA or taking your company match each month.”


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