One thing that’s a fact of life is if you have a job, you’re going to have to pay taxes. And while it’s not something that most of us look forward to doing, the reality is that sometimes it’s a lot harder than it has to be. Why? It’s because many people don’t have the information required to make the process of filing them quicker and less—well, taxing.

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Whether you want to purchase a house, a car or even a cell phone, one thing that you’re going to need to have is good credit. When your credit is high, it sends a message to your creditors (and potential creditors) that you are responsible when it comes to your financial obligations. And when they can trust you, you’re able to purchase just about anything that you’d like. [click to continue…]

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