(NAPSI)—Every day, some 10,000 Americans retire. If you hope to be among them someday, a few suggestions could help you see more gold in your golden years.
(BPT) - Did you know building experts suggest that spring is the ideal time to prioritize home improvements that add value and comfort? Most homeowners fail to notice the red flags indicating their home is not performing optimally. The inability to efficiently and effectively heat and cool your home and create a positive living space can have a negative impact on your well-being and your wallet.
(NAPSI)—The Internet makes it easy to shop for the best bargain on a used car—just remember, an offer that seems "too good to be true" probably is.
(BPT) - Although tax laws change every year, you can count on certain things to be timeless. That includes the same common mistakes taxpayers with simple and complex returns make every year. Knowing what those common errors are will help keep you in the clear.
(NAPSI)—While the process of planning for your retirement may seem daunting, National Retirement Planning Week® 2015—taking place from April 13–17—may be the opportunity you need to get back on track. Experts from the National Retirement Planning Coalition, which organizes the week, are urging Americans to use this time to develop, review and/or revise their retirement plans. By doing so, they say that Americans can still achieve their retirement goals. If you are not sure where to get started, below are five steps you can take to help you on your path toward a financially secure retirement.
(NAPSI)—Your money may be more secure if you learn from one woman’s experience.
(BPT) - Looking for a new set of wheels? Need to raise some cash for a home improvement project? Heading back to college?
(BPT) - American workers, ages 32 to 64, are $6.6 trillion short of the amount they need in order to retire comfortably, according to Retirement USA. When it comes to planning ahead and saving money early, time is of the essence. However, 63 percent of American workers have less than $1,000 saved for retirement, and only 44 percent of workers have even tried to calculate a retirement plan, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute. This means that fewer than half of working Americans have a set plan for how they’ll get by financially after leaving the workplace.
(NewsUSA) - Can't file your tax return by the April 15 deadline? Taxpayers can request an automatic six-month extension of time to file the tax return. But, taxpayers beware, there is a catch. An extension is just an extension on the time to file the return -- it is not an extension on the time to pay.