Whether you should buy or lease a new car depends on a number of factors including your budget, your automotive needs, and the scope of your expected usage. For many, the decision to buy or lease will depend on a combination of factors, particularly what you can afford and what you plan to do with your new car. If you’re still trying to decide on the best way to pay for your new car, read on…
Following the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, the travel industry is making a comeback. But the travel experience is a little different these days. Today, travel reflect the balance between a partial return to normalcy and acclimation to a “new normal.” For a look at what travel is like these days, check out these 10 Ways the Pandemic Has Changed Travel.
From gathering all of your documents in one place and calculating your expenses to navigating changes in the tax code and managing the inherently obfuscating tangle of forms, schedules, and ledgers required by the IRS, filing your taxes can be challenging. But in the end, your goal is always the same—to reduce the amount that you are legally obligated to pay to your federal and state governments. Fortunately there are countless opportunities within the confines of these rules to reduce your tax burden, but it’s up to you to recognize and seize these opportunities.
So you want to see the world? You’ve got the time, the energy, and maybe you’ve even picked up a few useful words in several different languages. Obviously, you want to get out there and spend that time wisely, burn that energy constructively, and use those words contextually. There’s just one problem. You don’t have any money. Granted, that isn’t ideal, but it’s also not a dealbreaker. There are actually all kinds of cool ways to adventure both in the U.S. and abroad without so much as a dime to your name. Not only are there lots of amazing ways to travel for free, but if you do it right, you may even find a way to get paid for it!
Whether you’re moving cross country for a new job opportunity or you’re just ready for a change of scenery, picking up your whole life and transporting it 2500 miles away is a pretty big undertaking. It should come as little surprise that this undertaking can also be quite expensive. From packing supplies and shipping costs to fuel and professional moving companies, expenses can really add up. For some idea of what all of these expenses might add up to, check out this handy Moving Calculator from Moving.com. This is a useful tool for determining how much your move could cost. But you should only consider this estimate as a starting point in your research. While you may not be able to control things like the cost of gas, there are actually a lot of factors that you can control. Any combination of the tips below could lower your overall cross country moving expenses at a time when every penny counts.
Is there any food more widely beloved than pizza? You can eat it for breakfast, lunch, dinner, appetizers, or even dessert. Dress it up with gourmet flavors and ingredients, or keep it simple, classic, and humble. However you prefer to eat it, the Northeast is home to many of the best pizzas in the United […]
From a bustling metropolis to the smallest of fishing villages, the best of America is on display in the northeast. With vibrant big cities, but also, sleepy, rustic hamlets, nowhere is this more true than in the diverse downtowns that make this area so special. Maybe you’re planning a trip to the northeast, or looking […]