The Best Advice for Tax Season

Articles on paying your bills, bringing order to your financial records, and starting your youngster on an allowance.

Wednesday February 1st - 4:35pm

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Tax season is almost upon us, but you can get ahead of the game by following the financial advice in this edition of ADDitude's e-newsletter. Below, you'll find links to articles on paying your bills, bringing order to your financial records, and starting your youngster on an allowance. Tell us what helped by writing to:

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Get Your House in Order
Orderly record keeping may not be the most interesting project. But I've learned, through hard experience, that it has to be done.

Budget Basics for the Financially Challenged
Don't let impulsive spending-or an inability to focus on money matters-keep you from reaching your financial goals. Coach Sandy shows you the way.

For Parents: Spending and Saving Basics For an I-Want-It-Now Child
As you get your own finances in order this tax season, think about starting your child on an allowance. After all, money skills don't come naturally to impulsive youngsters.

ADDitude poll: Taxes and Allowances

1. When do you generally file your taxes by?
Well before April 15!
April 15 on the dot
With a two-month extension, on June 15
With the six-month extension, on October 15

2. At what age did you start giving your child an allowance?
When he/she was 0-3 years old
3-5 years old
6-8 years old
9-12 years old
13-16 years old
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