Whenever tax season rolls around, I have to come to terms with the fact that I've completely forgotten how to file. It doesn't matter how many years in a row I've successfully figured it out, or how much research I did the year before. Every year, without fail, I get my tax documents in the mail and suddenly realize I have no idea what to do with them.
Isn't it funny that some of our happiest, most exciting, and carefree years--our college years--are also some of our poorest?
Ever made the mistake of buying something from a sham website or retailer? Maybe you bought something online that never made it in the mail, or maybe it did come, but it wasn't what you ordered. How do you get your money back when the company you ordered from isn't being cooperative?
Usually when I write about credit cards here on Brad's Deals, I'm advising you on how best to maximize your points and miles earned from your spending for exotic trips and weekend getaways.
It's 2015, and if you have a problem, you can bet there's a service that'll claim to fix you up--for a nominal fee, of course. Want to get in shape? Join a cheap gym! Need to lose weight? Sign up for a weight loss service! Single and hating it? That's what dating sites are for!
It's a new year, and now is the perfect time to start thinking about your financial security in 2015. If you have debt, the new year is the time to reign it in. If you are fortunate enough to have remained debt-free, where should you be putting your extra money? This article should help guide you to be more financially free in 2015!
Many people ask me what the best way to use their spare money is. What stock should I buy? Should I invest in real estate? Well, for those of us that don't have thousands of dollars sitting idle in a bank somewhere foreign, here's my recommendations on how to invest you $100 in the best way possible.
We all like a little extra money, don't we? Whether you're struggling to get by or want to put money away for a wedding or vacation, extra cash flow never hurts.