How An Accountant Can Help You Save Money

by Pam on December 2, 2016

how-accountants-can-save-you-moneyMany people choose to do their own taxes as a way to save money. The catch here is that, in many cases, this will actually cost you money. Using an accountant and getting the benefits that come with knowledge and training, can save you money through allowing you to make the most out of deductions and other tax benefits. Doing your own taxes may seem like a good idea, but before you make the decision, take a look at the money saving benefits an accountant can offer you.

Accountants Offer a Human Touch

While those tax software programs have been carefully designed and created to offer you an interactive experience, they are missing that human touch. They may not be able to pick up on issues as easily or spot potential savings. An accountant will talk with you, get familiar with your situation, and be able to relate to you on a personal level. These are all things the computer program can’t do. This gives the accountant an edge, allowing him or her the ability to read between the lines and find you tax breaks, deductions and other savings a piece of software wouldn’t even be aware of.
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Simple Ways To Save On Your Next Degree

by Pam on November 30, 2016

ways-to-save-money-on-your-next-degreeWhether you’re pursuing your bachelor’s degree or you’re going back to school for a master’s, a university course can be quite expensive. The available programs cost anywhere from $10,000 to over $100,000 from start to finish. Worry not, because there are ways to save on your next degree. We are going to cover some of the simpler ones in this article.

Stick to Local Universities

The majority of your expenses as a student is actually not tuition fees; it is the cost of moving and living near the university for the duration of the course. You can easily save a lot of money by finding a suitable program near where you live. Eliminating moving costs alone can help you save thousands on the degree.
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Managing Your Personal Finances As A Student

by Pam on November 22, 2016

smart money tips for studentsGoing to college is often the first experience that people have of managing their own personal finances. Without parents at home to watch their spending and perhaps give money when needed, students need to buckle up and learn how to tighten their purse strings. Although it can be tempting to splash out and spend money when you’re at college, living frugally can set up good habits for the future and allow you to better enjoy your salary when you finally get the graduate job you’ve been coveting. Read on to discover some of the best ways for students to manage their finances. [click to read…]

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Are You Getting The Most Out Of Your Money?

by Pam on November 21, 2016

how-to-get-the-most-from-your-moneyThere comes a time in everyone’s life where you’ve got to get smart with your money. Pinching the pennies is hardly the most exciting thing you’ll have to do but sometimes it is pretty necessary. The fortunate side of this is that you don’t need to lock your cash away in a safe and throw away the key. The trick is to make sure that you’re getting as much as you can out of the money that you have. Here are a few simple ways to make sure that you’re getting the most out of your money. [click to read…]

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how-to-live-well-on-student-loansLiving on student loans usually means a less than luxurious lifestyle that can be hard to stick to. With that said if you’re in the midst of your online bachelors in business and find it’s hard just to get by money-wise, then you’re going to love these money saving tips we’ve put together for you.

Borrow Textbooks

If your course requires text books, then it’s likely you will be spending a small fortune purchasing them. Whenever possible, look to borrow copies from your local library, or even look for gently used copies that you can buy for a fraction of the cost.

Fast Food is Your Enemy

We all know that students live busy lifestyles, and that usually means a healthy dose of fast food. Here’s an interesting experiment for you to try. Over the course of one or two weeks jot down each time you purchase food or drink and the cost of the item(s). This includes all those random coffees you grab here and there. At the end of the week add up what you’ve spent; you may find yourself a bit shocked how quickly that one dollar here and two dollars there adds up.
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Practical Ways For Students To Save Money

by Pam on November 17, 2016

how-students-can-save-moneyWhether you’re going to school for your bachelors in business, your masters in social work online from a school like Rutgers University, or your degree in education, you’re probably in search of ways to help you save money so that you have more to spend on your school supplies and tuition. Well, there are a few practical ways that you can go about saving money surprisingly easily, and a few of them are listed below.

Cook for Yourself

While it may be convenient and it might save you time, eating at restaurants all the time, or even at your school’s cafeteria, will end up costing you a lot more money than necessary. If you wish to save more cash, purchase your groceries and prepare your meals at home. Your wallet, and your waistline, will thank you. [click to read…]

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Ways To Save Money On Your Master’s Degree

by Guest on October 19, 2016

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A lot of you may be dreaming about pursuing a master’s degree. There are plenty of opportunities to do so, especially now that the market is expanding and companies are looking for graduates to fill important positions. In fact, with the economy growing at its present rate, there is no better time to enroll in a course and start your journey towards getting a master’s degree than today.

If you think a master’s degree is expensive, this article is about to prove you wrong. There are actually a lot of ways to save money on your master’s degree. We’re going to take a look at some of them here.
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