Category Archive: Finances

Aug 08

What Students Should Not Take To College

In a few week’s Malik’s bags will be packed as he prepares for his return trip back to Bowie State University to begin his Junior year. While he was home we had a chance to talk about a lot of things including his father’s health and how to remain safe on campus and on the road. …

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Jan 06

5 Tax Scams

5 Tax Scams to Watch Out For Have you stated getting your tax documents together for the 2015 filing season or do you wait until the last minute?  As a blogger I keep a log with all the pertinent receipts matched to each post, my travel miles as well as donation receipts so come April …

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Dec 15

Tipping During The Holidays

It’s that time of the year when you might be thinking about giving a tip to your service providers and like me, may be confused as to how much is appropriate or even if it’s necessary. I normally leave a cash tip for the trash collectors but never know how many are on the truck; …

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Apr 06

10 Tax Breaks for Bloggers – REPOST

As we get closer to “Tax Day”, I wanted to repost this article to help you find additional deductions before you file this year’s tax returns. Hello friends, if you make money from your blog and live in the United States, you have to claim that income on your tax return. Fortunately, there are many …

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Nov 10

6 Ways to Save For The Future

Every morning someone in the office will greet me with, “Hello Antionette, how you doing”, and I’ll usually respond, “I’m good, it’s another day closer to retirement!”  Actually it’s several more years before I can really retire but hey, it’s my fantasy so leave me alone! Retirement may be my distant future, but we all …

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Oct 20

12 Tips to Avoid Fraud – ‘Tis the Season to Be Cautious

Hello friends and Welcome to Money Monday Remember last month when I told you that hubby couldn’t buy me a gift for my birthday? Well after checking his bank statement a few days earlier, he realized that there had been some fraudulent charges made against his account. Luckily, they weren’t excessive, but after contacting the …

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May 13

Ready for Retirement | Avoid these Mistakes

Hello Friends and Happy Tuesday   Have you and your spouse started thinking about retirement?  Perhaps it’s several years off or maybe in the not-so-distant future.  What are your plans, will you be traveling or just relaxing on the back deck watching the sun rise while sipping your morning coffee? Hubby will be retiring from …

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Oct 12

Free Fall Classes From The Money School of DE

  Foreclosure Prevention Mon., Oct. 14, 6-7:30pm Georgetown Library Lisa Spellman, Department of Justice A Mortgage Acceleration Review Mon., Oct 14, 6:30 – 7:30pm Rosehill Commuinty Center Jenine Mills, AGLA Home Sweet Home Ownership: Inspection – Better Safe Than Sorry Tues., Oct. 15 Time: 6-7:30pm Woodlawn Library John Kerrigan, Reliable Home Inspection Service                 Business Builders Book …

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Sep 29

The Money School Free Fall Classes

  How to Create a Retirement Paycheck for Small Business Mon., Sept. 30 Time: 6:30 – 8:30pm NCC Cooperative Extention Maria Pippidis, UD Cooperative Extension Tax Free Investing: It’s Not What You Make, It’s What You Keep! Tues., Oct. 1 Time: 4:30-6pm Selbyville Library Donna Savage, Edward Jones Scams & Schemes: Dodging Financial Predators Tues., Oct. 1 Time: 6-8:30pm Woodlawn Library …

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Aug 19

FREE Blogging Classes

AND GUESS WHO WILL BE TEACHING THEM? ME! ~ ~ ~ ~ ~  ~ ~ ~ ~ ~  This exciting opportunity was offered to me by The Money School of Delaware in April at The Green Tie Event and I have been over the top excited ever since.  I haven’t taught since 1983, and am really …

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