Posted byon January 31, 2017
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This month our most popular finance tips were a 12 month guide for your finances, organizing and simplifying your bills, the minimum income to files taxes, rolling out a new
tax calculator, an easy sign up bonus from Wells Fargo for $250 and how to overcome unnecessary spending.
If you missed the most popular finance tips this month, here’s a quick overview:
8 Easy Ways to Organize and Simplify Your Bills. Have you finished number 6 yet? I often find it’s the key to simplifying your bills.
2016 Tax Calculator to Project Your Tax Refund. Estimate your tax bill or refund with our updated tax calculator.
Wells Fargo Checking $250 Sign Up Bonus. The Wells Fargo sign up bonus caught my attention since you can complete the offer without a direct deposit requirement… and it’s easy!
How Much Money Do You Have to Make to File Taxes? What is the minimum income to file taxes? Here are the filing requirements for this tax year based on your filing status.
Step by Step Guide: 12 Months of Financial Goals for This Year. Your assignment for January should take about five minutes. Is it done yet?
Add Up Your Small Expenses to Overcome Unnecessary Spending. Is your focus on big expenses or small expenses? Adjusting large expenses is dramatic, but should you ignore small expenses?
AwardWallet will be increasing their price of Award Wallet Plus to $30 per year tomorrow. However, they are grandfathering in current subscribers at the old $10 rate, including anyone who locks in the $10 annual price today. I’m still using coupon codes for free upgrades, but they let me lock in the $10 rate and it shows that I won’t be billed until after my free upgrade expires. If you are a first time user, I still have 10 free upgrade codes for anyone who needs them: free-iuiqrv.
Award Wallet is the tool that I use to keep track of our points, miles, and credit card bonuses. The Plus version includes unlimited expiration dates for your accounts and historical balances. The free version will remain free right now.