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5 Ways to Watch TV Without a Cable Subscription

If you’re busy and not always able to watch much TV, you may decide that the high price of cable isn’t worth it! That’s what happened to me a few years ago.

I found other hobbies to occupy my time instead of always turning on the TV. Then, I couldn’t justify paying such a high price for my cable subscription. So, I canceled it and I’ve never looked back!

I’ve saved over $2,000 just because I eliminated that one bill from by budget over two years ago.

The best part? I still get to watch all of my favorite TV shows, even though I don’t have a cable subscription. Here are a few ways you can watch TV without cable, too.

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18 Commonly Overlooked Tax Deductions for Freelancers

For freelancers, tax season is a busy and stressful time. Between making sure they paid enough in quarterly taxes and trying to add up all of their income and expenses, many freelancers miss taking advantage of tax deductions that could lower their risk of owing thousands of dollars to the IRS. If you’re a freelancer,…

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The Ultimate Guide to Paying Estimated Quarterly Taxes

One of the most important things that you need to do as a freelance business owner is to pay your quarterly taxes. As a business owner or freelancer, paying your quarterly tax payments helps you avoid penalties and interest when you file your taxes. But how exactly do you do that? Here is the ultimate…

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The Ultimate Guide to Filing Self Employment Taxes

Self-employment has many benefits and it also has a few drawbacks. While it’s not perfect, and not for everyone, I’ve found that it has been a great way for me (and others I know) to build wealth and follow a passion. However, one of the drawbacks of being self-employed is having to file your own…

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6 Tips for Filing Taxes with Multiple Jobs

Working more than one job? You’re not alone.

While the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that only 4.9% of Americans have multiple jobs, that doesn’t account for the people who have side hustles or who don’t report their extra income. But, what happens if you’re working multiple jobs and want to file your taxes correctly? How hard is it to do?

It is more difficult to file taxes with multiple jobs than if you only had one source of income, but it’s not as difficult as you think.Here are six tips for filing taxes with multiple jobs. 

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4 Steps to Organize Your Finances Like a Responsible Adult

Let’s face it: No one likes to deal with paperwork and clutter, especially the finance-related stuff. When you spend hours combing through sheets of easily torn, ink-smelling material, it can be mind-numbing. For the sake of being a responsible, tax-paying citizen, though, you have to do it. Fortunately, you don’t have to do it the…

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