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Tax Considerations and Advantages for Small Businesses
Are you thinking of launching your own business? According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, roughly 800,000 new businesses are opened each year. When starting these young companies, it’s critical for owners to understand the many...
4 Ways to Cope with Overlooked College Expenses
College is expensive, but are you sure you know exactly how much it will cost you? You’re aware about paying for tuition, room and board, of course, but there are many extra costs you’ll face on the way to graduation day. The Oklahoma...
Back to Work after Retirement: How Social Security, Taxes and Health Care May Be Affected
The old notions about retirement have, well, retired. Rather than leaving work at age 65 and going fishing or focusing on gardening, many retirees are celebrating retirement by going back to work. According to a January 2015 Gallup poll, 80...
Three Questions to Ask About Reverse Mortgages
One retirement planning resource that has gained interest in recent years is the reverse mortgage, which allows you to convert part of a home’s equity into cash without paying additional monthly bills. If you’re 62 or older and want...
10 Ways to Trim Your Back-to-School Budget
The National Retail Federation predicts back-to-school and college spending will reach a combined $68 billion, or $630.36 per family on apparel, shoes, supplies and electronics.

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