Tax season is upon us!

Now that everyone’s W-2’s are out and the majority of us have filed our taxes for the year. What was your refund? Did you even get a refund or did you owe money? If you got a refund some of you might not be too happy that it wasn’t as much as you would have liked. While others who received a larger than expected return are no doubt very happy. The truth of the matter is, you really don’t want a large tax refund. The closest to zero you get come refund time the better. The larger your refund, the…

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A few ways to save a little extra money

Lower your water heater’s temperature Most households only need their water heater set to 120 degrees Fahrenheit, but some are set as high as 140 degrees. Apart from posing a safety hazard, this also wastes a lot of energy. Lowering your water heater’s temperature from 140 degrees to 120 degrees could save up to 22% on your electric bill annually, according to the Department of Energy. This also slows mineral buildup and corrosion in your water pipes, which can extend the life of your water heater. Downgrade internet service Unless you’re a serious gamer, you probably don’t need internet speeds…

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Decluttr

Deluttr is a free app that you can make quick cash with. You can sell old phones, CDs, DVDs, games, books, tablets and more. All you have to do scan the item’s barcode through the app and it will give you an instant price that Decluttr is willing to pay you for it. Once you have some item’s that you are ready to get rid of then you can request a shipping label that you can print out and put on any random box you have lying around your house and mail your item’s through UPS to Decluttr and they…

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Quit Saving and Invest instead

 2010, Chris Reining committed to becoming financially independent. He set the goal of building a $1 million portfolio by age 35, cut back on his expenses and started aggressively socking away money. He worked his way up to saving more than half his income, reached the $1 million mark at 35, as planned, and officially retired in 2016 at age 37. But, he says, saving isn’t enough. If you want to become a millionaire or settle down early, “quit saving your money,” Reining writes on his blog, and start investing it.Littlest Pet Shop Cat Hideaway, MulticolorSponsored by Walmart Say you decide to earmark $100 each…

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Invest in Uhaul

Everyone knows what Uhaul is. Everyone has seen Uhaul trucks driving around their towns. Did you know that you can become an investor in Uhaul for as little as $100? I’m not talking about purchasing their stock. I’m talking about helping them purchase equipment. Go to https://www.uhaulinvestorsclub.com/ and there you will have options to invest in different types of Uhaul equipment whether it be trucks or furniture dolly’s or even property. They have rather attractive returns as well. For example they are offering 4.15% yield on a 5 year investment for a trailer that they want to purchase. And you…

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