We continue our series on the Affordable Care Act and how it affects you. This week’s question centers around how you find the best health care options for you and your family. See all of our Health Care posts and check out The 10 Things To Know About The Health Insurance Marketplaces for more information. […]
Jerry Green - Community Manager
Posts by Jerry Green - Community Manager
We know that there are many questions about the new health care law. That is why we started the Health Care Q&A series where we post the answers to frequently asked questions here on the blog to help get the word out. The second question in our series focuses on what happens if you just […]
Today marks the opening of the Health Insurance Marketplaces. They are one of the key parts of the Affordable Care Act and the enrollment process for those looking for health insurance. There is a lot to know and we are here to help. In this infographic we break down 10 things you should know about […]
Remember back in April when you (and millions of others) just couldn’t get the taxes all wrapped up? You filed an extension and moved on with your life, October seemed a world away. But more than 5 months have passed, and the October 15th deadline is approaching quickly. Don’t let it creep up on you. Remember: an extension to […]
Ed note: Whether you’re currently a college student or you graduated 10 years ago, you know that heading out on your own for the first time brings some financial problems. We gathered some of our friends in the blogosphere to reminisce about the biggest financial issues they face during their years on campus. Stephanie […]
Tomorrow is the anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. In addition to a lot of technology and human ingenuity it took a good amount of dollars and cents to make that historic moment happen. Like this infographic? Use the code below to embed it on your site: Click image to see a larger versionTo […]
‘Tis the season for garage sales and yard sales! Even though Craigslist and eBay seem to be the go-to way to sell off your old stuff, garage sales are still thriving.Yes, people still cruise up to their neighbors’ driveways to score some old CDs and questionable bedroom décor. Averaging $4.2 million in weekly revenue, garage […]
Don’t throw out your tax documents. Here’s what to keep, why you need to keep it — and when you can finally pitch it.
Not gonna happen? File an extension.
As we gear up for the basketball mayhem, we took a moment to stop and think about the money machine: who really profits from the March college basketball tournament?