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.
It’s hard to believe there was ever a time when smart phones weren’t glued to our hands, tablets weren’t occupying our attention and laptops didn’t drive our daily activities. It’s harder still to imagine a world without Google, Wikipedia and—gasp—Facebook. And yet, that was my childhood.
It is in times of need that we discover the full impact of a community united. The power of that unity was on full display when Puerto Rico was hit with a record-breaking hurricane, one that demolished houses, swallowed businesses and sunk neighborhoods in waist-deep water.
Did you know that for the first time in history, children in the U.S. are expected to have a shorter lifespan than their parents? As frightening as that sounds, this is far from a new warning from doctors and public officials.
For college and high school students interested in making a difference in their community and developing skills that will be useful in their professional lives, ‘Alternative Breaks’ are a perfect fit. Here are 5 ways alternative breaks make you a great hire:
Earlier this week I wrote about the implications of home ownership, marriage and the birth of a child on your taxes. But there are a lot more life events that can impact how much you pay on Tax Day.
Here are a few tips for those who are college-bound and in the workforce to help you cut your tax bill.
Life changes, both good and bad, usually mean tax changes, so when something significant happens, it’s a good idea think about your taxes to make sure to handle the new situation properly and get all the possible tax benefits.
Here are just a few life changes and the ways they could impact the tax return.