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Even though temperatures are dropping and snowstorms are peppering the national weather radar, experts say that now may actually be the best time of the year to sell your property. Why it pays to list your home before the market really heats up. 7 Reasons You Shouldn’t Wait Until Spring To List Your Home For Sale — Trulia
Those W-2s and 1099s arriving in your inbox or mailbox are proof: Tax season is upon us! Before you get started filling out your Form 1040, make sure you're in-the-know on all the changes you'll see this season—like an extended filing date and updated federal income tax brackets. Doing Your Taxes? What to Expect From the New Form 1040 — MarketWatch
Let's talk about ... money. According to a new survey from Ally Bank, 70% of people think money is an unfit conversation topic for social settings—but the tables are starting to turn. Here's how Millennials are making the subject matter less taboo. Is It Rude to Talk About Money? Millennials Don’t Think So — Money
You polished your resume, rocked your interviews and now have two amazing job offers on the table. Congrats! Now comes the time for serious decision-making. From growth opportunities to work culture to employee benefits, a career and life coach explains what to consider when making the final call. What to Do if You You're Offered Two Great Jobs at Once (Besides Pat Yourself on the Back) — The Muse
People plan for vacations, retirement and even funerals, but no one really plans to go through a divorce—that might be why its toll is as much financial as it is emotional. Here are the six money mistakes to avoid if you and your spouse decide to call it quits. Breaking Up Is Hard to Do: Protecting Assets in Divorce — CNBC