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Your Guide to 2014 Tax Return Domination
Thu, 02/5/15 | 6 Comments
Your Guide to 2014 Tax Return Domination

Get fired up – tax filing season is here!
The tax filing start date for 2014 tax returns – January 20th – has already passed. You wouldn’t really know it though. The IRS website still has …

Consume More Gas at Low Prices? It’s a Trap!
Mon, 02/2/15 | 26 Comments
Consume More Gas at Low Prices? It’s a Trap!

As I’m sure you are joyfully aware, average gas prices have been rapidly decreasing over the past few months. The average U.S. price per gallon of gasoline is now $2.04 per gallon, with many regions …

Recently a Student? Take Advantage of these Education Tax Credits & Deductions in 2014 & 2015
Thu, 01/29/15 | 11 Comments
Recently a Student? Take Advantage of these Education Tax Credits & Deductions in 2014 & 2015

The readership here is heavy on those completing school for the first time and going back to school to further their education. So I’ve updated this post to reflect the 2014 and 2015 calendar years.
The …

The Most Fuel Efficient Cars of 2015
Mon, 01/26/15 | 5 Comments
The Most Fuel Efficient Cars of 2015

In this post, I will highlight the top 15 cars with the best fuel efficiency across all electric, hybrid, and gas-powered vehicles sold in the United States. 2015 will be another banner year for improved …

Tax Deadline, Start, and Extension Dates in 2015 (for 2014 Calendar Year)
Fri, 01/16/15 | 8 Comments
Tax Deadline, Start, and Extension Dates in 2015 (for 2014 Calendar Year)

This post has been updated for 2015 (2014 tax year).
It’s January and other than frigid cold temperatures and seasonal mood disorder, you know what that means – tax season has arrived. This post will help …

My Cheap Kitchen Renovation: DIY for $3,329
Mon, 01/12/15 | 11 Comments
My Cheap Kitchen Renovation: DIY for $3,329

It all started with a little drip.
My kitchen faucet had started rusting through on a key welding point. The result was a tiny slow leak that would occasionally get big enough to start puddling on …


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