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What To Know About The 2021 Advance Child Tax Credit

The financial crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has been tough on people’s finances and lives overall. Parents, in particular, have faced some monumental challenges—from how to balance homeschooling with remote work to how to manage childcare as they’re called back to the office. In response to these challenges, the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 expanded the Child Tax … Continue reading

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How to Roll Over 401k To A New Employer

Getting a new job often means having to make big decisions about what to do with your employer-sponsored retirement plan. Many employers provide employees with either a traditional 401k, Roth 401k plan, or similar option. These plans provide big benefits to individuals during their employment. The majority allow employers to contribute and even match an employee’s investment. And, they are … Continue reading

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6 Tax Errors To Avoid when Preparing Your Taxes

For every hardworking American, that time of year is upon us. Tax season is here! But don’t get ahead of yourself or you’ll be stressed before you even start. As those first forms start rolling in, stay organized. Collect documents until you have all necessary forms to get started. You’ll also want to decide if you will do your taxes yourself, … Continue reading