Monday’s need-to-know money news

Zemanta Related Posts ThumbnailToday’s top story: How small choices can have a big impact on your finances. Also in the news: 9 things that can trigger an IRS audit, how to organize your financial documents, and 10 tax breaks for homeowners.

Small Choices Have a Big Impact on Your Finances
Why some become rich and others stay broke.

9 Things That Could Trigger an IRS Audit
How to avoid a second look.

How to Organize Your Financial Documents
Tackling that huge pile of paper on your desk.

10 homeowner tax breaks you should be taking advantage of
Don’t leave money on the table.

Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

taxesToday’s top story: Should you pay your taxes with a credit card? Also in the news: Smart money moves for April, tax myths about IRS audits and why having more money won’t fix your financial problems.

You can pay your taxes with credit card, but should you?
The convenience could become costly.

Smart Money Moves for April
Time to spring forward.

10 Tax Myths About IRS Audits That You Shouldn’t Believe
Myth busting the IRS.

More money won’t fix your financial problems if your habits suck
More money, more problems.

Friday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: What Yoda would say if he were your financial adviser. Also in the news: Why the IRA will audit you, why waiting for perfect finances is futile, and how your New Year’s Resolutions can actually hurt your credit.

10 things Yoda would say if he were your financial adviser
Save money, you will.

7 Reasons the IRS Will Audit You
Avoid hoisting these red flags.

When It Comes to Your Finances, Don’t Let Perfect Get in the Way of Better
Waiting for perfection will only dig a deeper hole.

3 New Year’s Resolutions That Can Hurt Your Credit
Yes, you read that correctly.

Thursday’s need-to-know money news

taxesToday’s top story: Should you do your own taxes or hire a professional? Also in the news: How to be a frugal foodie, why you should check all three of your credit reports, and what to expect if you get audited.

Tax Preparer Vs. Software: How To Choose
Deciding whether to get help or go it alone.

8 Ways to Be a More Frugal Foodie
Eating well doesn’t have to cost a fortune.

Checking All 3 Credit Reports Pays Off
Don’t assume they’re all the same.

What to Expect if Your Tax Return Gets Audited
First, don’t panic.

3 Terrifying Things Cybercriminals Can Hack
It goes way beyond your computer.

Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

Zemanta Related Posts ThumbnailToday’s top story: Capital One could be paying you a visit. Also in the news: Why your tax return could get audited, the pros and cons of self-insurance, and how to rent a home with bad credit.

Capital One Says It Can Show Up at Cardholders’ Homes, Workplaces
“What’s in your wallet? No, really. Show us what’s in your wallet.”

6 Reasons Your Tax Return Might Get Audited
Don’t panic.

Should You Self Insure Against Long-Term Care Risk Or Buy Insurance?
Hedging your bets.

5 Tips for Renting a Home With Bad Credit
Bad credit doesn’t have to leave you out in the cold.

Track How Happy You Are with Your Purchases in Your Ledger
Analyzing your purchase satisfaction can save you money.