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Nov 23

Diversification: What It Is and How to Apply It

CHRIS HOGAN Diversification might sound like one of those intimidating financial words that requires a Ph.D. to understand. But if you pause and think about the first part of that word—diverse—it’s pretty clear we’re talking about variety here. It’s like going to a buffet and choosing what you want to... read more →
Nov 17

Texas Tuition Promise Fund and Texas Match the Promise Foundation Webinar

Learn more about the Texas Tuition Promise Fund, the state's tax-advantaged prepaid college tuition plan, and the Texas Match the Promise Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public charity offering scholarship opportunities to eligible participants in the Texas Tuition Promise Fund. The upcoming webinar will provide an overview of the Texas Tuition Promise... read more →
Nov 16

13 Ways to Reduce Holiday Stress

Dr. John Delony So, most Americans have been up to their eyeballs in stress this year. And now, here come the holidays. Ramsey Personality Dr. John Delony will help you get a handle on everything and wrap up 2020 stress‑free. Whether you’re a die-hard Christmas fan or someone who just... read more →
Nov 10

IRS reminder to non-filers: Nov. 10 is ‘National EIP Registration Day;’ Community partners can help people sign up for Economic Impact Payment

WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue Service today urged anyone who doesn’t normally file a tax return and has not yet received an Economic Impact Payment (EIP) to take advantage of “National EIP Registration Day,” on Tuesday, Nov. 10. National EIP Registration Day is part of the agency’s further concerted push... read more →
Nov 09

20 Ways to Boost Your Holiday Budget

Using the word budget this time of year may come across grinchy. But now's the time to stick with your spending plan! Here are a few tips to make and keep a little extra wiggle room. (Includes some fan favorites!) If you want to boost your holiday budget, a huge part of... read more →
Nov 02

How to Set Up Your Christmas Budget

Did you know Americans spent $730.2 billion on Christmas last year? That’s a lot of photo cards, personalized stockings, candy canes, Christmas music, Santa hats and sparkly ornaments. But unless you plan on skipping Christmas this year, you’ll find yourself a part of that $730.2 billion machine too. To enjoy... read more →
Oct 20

Dave Ramsey Weekly Newsletter

8 Types of Insurance You Can’t Go Without Insurance is like a life jacket. It’s a bit of a nuisance when you don’t need it, but when you do need it, you’re more than thankful to have it. Without it, you could be one car wreck, illness or house fire... read more →
Aug 24

Unusual Notices From IRS

Last week, NSA received reports from members whose clients had gotten unusual notices from the IRS. These notices claim the individuals owe taxes despite having paid the taxes before July 15. Although the checks for the taxes are reported to have cleared the bank, the IRS is sending out notices... read more →
Aug 18

IRS Operations During COVID-19: Mission-critical functions continue

The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers and tax professionals to use electronic options to support social distancing and speed the processing of tax returns, refunds and payments. To protect the public and employees, and in compliance with orders of local health authorities around the country, certain IRS services such as... read more →
Aug 17

Understanding the Psychology of Money and What It’s Costing You

RACHEL CRUZE Ramsey Personality We’re all wired differently. Our passions, our fears and our dreams are different. And when we hear the word money, we all have unique thoughts and emotions too. Understanding the psychology of money can help us be aware of those thoughts, emotions and behaviors when they pop... read more →