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The tax filing deadline is less than a month away; however, it is not too late to think about possible tax credits for which you might qualify.

Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)

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With tax season right around the corner, it’s a perfect time to start making plans. Although many individuals and businesses wait until the first of April to start attacking those tax returns, the best thing to do is prepare ahead of time. In fact, several financial planners often recommend to their clients that a good New Year’s Resolution is to start working on tax returns at the beginning of the New Year.

Set Aside Time

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The economy is recovering, which is good news, and you may find yourself with enough breathing room to create a new budget and re-examine your spending habits. This is a great time to set new goals and begin putting aside more money for  your future plans and dreams. Or, if you’re still feeling the pressures of the economic downturn, you may want to examine new ways to free up some money each month to help make ends meet. Either way, here are four good ways to save $100 every month.

Give Yourself a Raise and Pay Down Your Debt

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Mid-year resolutions, anyone? In order to get into the mood of summer fun and relaxation, you need to be conscientious with the financial side of your life. Nothing makes a sunny day feel cloudier or a vacation more stressful than money worries. Sit back, pick up an icy glass of lemonade, and give yourself the gift of peace of mind by breaking these seven bad habits today:

1. Not looking at bills

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No matter where you live, seasonal weather conditions affect your utility bills. This is largely due to the fact you use your utilities in unique ways in reaction to your environment. Now, as the summer months start ushering in longer and hotter days, and as you start planning your summer vacation, it may be time to re-evaluate how you can save the most money by keeping your utilities down. Luckily, there are some relatively simple ways you can save money on your electric and water bills this summer. 

Reduce Your Electricity Bill with These Helpful Hints

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