The IRS is expecting more than 155 million returns to be filed this tax season, but if you don’t think you’ll get yours in before the day is out, here’s what you should do:
“Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth.” – Muhammad Ali
Ramen noodles might be a college diet staple, but for some students, even ramen is unaffordable. Students across all socioeconomic groups are struggling to keep pace with the rising cost of college. Another often ignored, and less discussed, struggle many college students are facing is one that may surprise you: hunger.
April is here, and that means it’s time to celebrate World Health Day. The awareness day, which falls on April 7 every year, brings much needed attention to global health issues. This year’s World Health Day highlights the importance of universal health coverage.
Have you ever received a call from a loved one who is sick or disabled asking you to buy groceries, pick up medications or provide a ride to a doctor’s appointment? Or perhaps you’ve taken on bigger roles like helping them with daily activities or being on call for emergencies?
Where you live in the U.S. has major consequences to your health.
My kids love to get our loose change for their piggy bank. They enjoy dropping the coins through the slot, seeing their money accumulate and deciding what small toy to spend it on.