Three Ways To Avoid A Surprise Medical Bill

Posted on: 15 February 2016

Medical insurance is a great way to get the care you need without having to pay it all out of pocket. This allows you to focus on your care without worrying about money. The whole point is health insurance is to help you get the care you need without putting you in debt, but in order to do this, you need to hone in on an insurance plan that is going to cover your needs. [Read More]

3 Ways To Cut Down On ATM Fees

Posted on: 9 February 2016

While most retailers today are willing to take credit cards or checks, there are those who only do business in cash. For those who are used to paying for things with something other than cash, this can leave you having to find an ATM machine to get the cash you need to pay for your purchase. But, how much do you really know about using an ATM machine? Many people simply use them without thinking about the fees associated with them. [Read More]

The Winners Guide To Budgeting For The Rio Olympics

Posted on: 7 January 2016

Going to the Olympics is a lifetime event for many. While in the Olympic village, you will run into thousands of sports enthusiasts from all over the world. You may also run into several athletes and have the chance to rub shoulders with your favorites. One of the less happy go lucky parts about going to the Rio Olympics in 2016 is having to deal with budgeting money. Here are some tips and tricks on budgeting for the Olympics. [Read More]

When To Report The Personal Use Of A Company Vehicle As Employee Income

Posted on: 5 January 2016

Some employees who drive a company car occasionally use the vehicle for personal use. Employers whose vehicles are sometimes driven for personal use may need to include the personal use of a company car as additional income to the employee. If a vehicle provided to an employee is used totally for business purposes, none of its use is taxable to the employee. If a company car is driven for both business and personal use, the portion for personal use may be taxable to your employee, requiring withholding for Social Security and Medicare taxes. [Read More]