With the April 15th deadline fast approaching, it is once again the perfect time to remind taxpayers that tax time is scam time. Be aware of tax scammers!
If you’re faced with insurmountable debt, but want to keep your house and save your assets, Chapter 13 bankruptcy could be the lifeline you’re looking for.
One can never learn enough about the credit card industry, so while you’re here I’ll share some surprising do’s and don’ts about credit card usage. Following these tips should keep you out of trouble and hopefully keep that FICO score as stable as San Diego’s temperature.
A Senate measure to preserve a payroll tax break in 2012 goes down to defeat, and a last-minute compromise looks increasingly unlikely.
Is your small business running on fumes? Credit unions are eager to make the small business loans that large banks aren’t interested in.
Transitioning full-time employees to part-time employees takes careful consideration. Here are three important questions to ask yourself first.
Why are credit unions an increasingly popular banking option? It all comes down to the relationship between them and their customers.
Bank of America and other big banks are killing unpopular new debit-card fees. Yet it’s a safe bet that they’ll recover that revenue one way or another.
Big banks don’t really care if you leave them, and that’s exactly why you should do it anyway. Also: busting the government-regulation myth.
To maximize your business tax deductions, while at the same time ensuring that the depreciation you claim is legal, here are some things to consider.