If you believe anything which modern media has to say, the internet has never been quite as dangerous as it is today. With increasingly aggressive and powerful attempts to control important computer systems happening in the open, it’s easy for most people to see that this is the beginning of something big when it comes to the way countries fight. Along with this, though, it can also have a huge impact on your life. To help you out with this, this post will be exploring some of the ways people are exploiting technology to take advantage of … [Read more...] about Staying Safe On The World’s Web
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Regularly monitoring your credit reports is crucial for maintaining a good credit score. However, it can be difficult to keep track of all your credit details when you have multiple credit cards, loans, and other financial information scattered across many different accounts. While some credit card companies report to one or two bureaus, other lenders might report to another bureau, which means there’s not much cohesion between your credit reports from TransUnion, Experian and Equifax sometimes. If you wished there was an easier way to keep … [Read more...] about Review of the myFICO 3-Bureau Report and Identity Theft Monitoring
Restricting your spending is a good idea in all walks of life. But, it’s even more important when you have a home business to run. If your little company is spending all the money it makes, then what are you going to take home to the bank? You’ll never make an actual profit, and your small business will never have a chance to grow! So, keep a lock on your spending, and expect to see a massive difference in the overall success of your home business. The following points will talk about a plethora of ways in which you can do this. They’re all … [Read more...] about 5 Creative Ways Your Home Business Can Spend Less Money
With a stroke of a pen, the president signed the new tax reform law into existence. The law, which is formally known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, takes effect on January 1, 2018. The act will mean millions of businesses and consumers will see their taxes change for the 2018 filing cycle. The law is widely known to reduce the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 21 percent. Many individual income brackets change as well. So how can you save on your taxes for next year? How You Can Save on Taxes Standard Deduction Taxpayers have the option … [Read more...] about Taxes Are Changing – Find Out How You Can Save on Your Income Taxes
When it comes to income taxes, many people experience confusion as it is not always an easy topic to understand. They don't know how to claim an income tax refund. During the tax year, you may find that you have not paid enough income tax and that you, therefore, owe money to the government as a result of this. However, it also works the other way. You are eligible to receive an income tax refund when you have paid more tax to the government than your actual tax liability. In this article, I will talk about the basics of claiming a tax … [Read more...] about Getting Back Your Money – How to Claim an Income Tax Refund
In wake of countless student loan myths appearing in media reports nowadays, it might seem like investing in a financial sector repeatedly referred to as a “crisis” or “bubble” would be a crazy idea. While it’s true that student loan debt is at an all-time high, with more than $1.3 trillion loans outstanding currently, this nevertheless represents an optimal chance for independent investors to invest in student loans by using peer-to-peer student lending. Peer-to-peer lending has become a favorable alternative for graduates and families … [Read more...] about Should You Invest in Peer-to-Peer Student Lending?