How to Begin Recovering Financially after Divorce

SDM03P88BOHaving been through a divorce, I know how draining it can be, emotionally and financially. Today you can find me at Guyvorce sharing a few tips to get your money back on track.

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IRS Tax Refund Offset Program Needs Improvement

ITA18FXIBLThe IRS requires that a taxpayer’s refund be used first to offset any outstanding federal tax debt before it can be used to pay offset or applied as a credit on a future tax period. Unfortunately, TIGTA found that isn’t happening.

Today you can find me on Tax Insights sharing TIGTA’s findings.

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Why I’m a Fan of Acorns’ New Found Money Feature

Once in a while clients ask me who’s the saver and who’s the spender in my marriage, assuming that since I’m a CPA and Brian is an artist, I must be the saver. So not true. I am definitely the spender, although Brian’s nickname for me is The Sultry Saver because I clip coupons and always manage to get a killer deal. Brian would never spend money if not for me. . . and he’d probably be a millionaire by now, but I digress.

iPhone 6 - BlackAnyway, my point is, I love finding new ways to save, so when Kard asked me to write about Acorns’ new Found Money feature, I was all over it.

Today you can find me here sharing the deets on Found Money and why it’s my new favorite way to shop.

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