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  • 2). Figuring Out Your W-4 Withholdings  By : Richard A. Chapo
    If you are employed by a business, you have the ability to play with the withholding on your paycheck. Fortunately, there is an easy way to do this online these days. Figuring Out Your W-4 Withholdings What is one of the happiest days of the year? Holidays excluded, for many people it is the day they get their tax refund check. Yep, cold, hard cash they can spend anyway they want.
    Article Related to: irs, tax, taxes, forms, w4, w-4, paycheck, returns, withholdings, witholdings

  • 5). The Benefits Of Payday Loans  By : Mark Tamwood
    Right now the market is huge for payday loans. While many people are against using payday loans—whether for themselves or for anyone—there are many others who sing their praises. These people are often the ones who have experienced the quick-fix help of a payday loan to see them through an unexpected expense, and are recommending and endorsing their use.
    Article Related to: payday, loan, paycheck, cash, advance

  • 7). Budgeting When Your Paycheck Varies  By : Terry Rigg
    How can you decide how much you have for bills and expenses when your paycheck varies from one payday to the next? That's a question a lot of people struggle with. A few of the occupations that I can think of off hand that could fall into this category are waitresses or waiters working for salary and tips, truck drivers that are paid by the mile and never know how many miles they are going to get, the self-employed that their business income varies from season to season, and the list could go on.
    Article Related to: bills, budgets, credit cards, payments, management, finances, paycheck

  • 9). The Bills Can Wait  By : Terry Rigg
    Have you ever wanted anything so much that you were willing to put off your bills to get it? A lot of people have and some do it month after month. The worst part of this is that these same people wonder why they are having money problems. I'm not talking about putting off the bills to buy groceries or pay for necessities. I'm referring to those little things that you just have to have but really don't need.
    Article Related to: bills, budgets, credit cards, payments, management, finances, paycheck

  • 12). 8 Tips To Help You Get That Raise  By : Lee Dobbins
    Nobody likes going in to ask the boss for a raise, but everyone likes getting one! Unfortunately, sometimes the only way to get the boss to hike your pay is to go in and ask. This can be a bit stressful and awkward, but here’s 8 tips you can use to make asking easier and better your chances of getting that well deserved pay increase.
    Article Related to: job, career, paycheck, pay, salary, pay raise

  • 13). Who Can Get Payday Loans?  By : Mark Tamwood
    Have you ever been hit with an unexpected expense—or various unexpected expenses all at once—between pay days, with no extra money to cover them? An unexpected expense can be a medical bill, a car repair or other major repair bill or an emergency overseas or cross-country trip to a funeral. Maybe you wrote a check months ago and forgot about it, and it’s about to get withdrawn from your account and you won’t have the funds to cover it.
    Article Related to: paycheck, cash, payday, loan, advance

  • 15). Constant Credit Card Payments  By : Terry Rigg
    Are you trapped into making only minimum payments on your credit cards? I hope not. Minimum payments decline as the balance on the credit card declines. Let's take a credit card with a $2000 balance at 15% interest to use as an example. You would expect to pay about a $40 (2%) monthly payment when you start making your payments: By making the minimum payment only, it will take you 13 years and 11 months to pay off your credit card and you would expect to pay $2,126 in interest.
    Article Related to: bills, budgets, credit cards, payments, management, finances, paycheck


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