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The winning Powerball ticket was reported to be purchased in Zephyrhills, Florida. Assuming the lucky dog is also a Florida resident, he or she escapes state and local income taxes on the winnings. However, Uncle Sam is not so generous.
Want to be a ‘frugal’ person, but just not sure how to get there? We turned to some of our favorite budgeting and personal finance bloggers to ask them about their most effective saving habits — and we learned the secrets of their penny-pinching ways.
Paula Pant of Afford Anything joins us today to dish out some advice for the savvy first-time home-buyer.
You know you should consider cost of living when choosing where to start your career — but what is cost of living, exactly?
Here’s a tax-focused breakdown of Gatsby’s mysterious West Egg nest egg — with a few extra pieces of financial trivia sprinkled in for fun.
If mom got paid for being mom, here’s what she’d make.
Buy or lease? There are advantages to both — but here’s why you might want to consider a lease.
Do you need to hire a financial advisor — or can you handle this money situation yourself? Here’s how to know when you need help.
There are four ways to properly (and perhaps profitably) part with your e-waste. Find out how to sell, trade, donate or recycle your old gadgets, TVs and computers.