Personal Finance

Saddle River’s municipal tax rate has gone down six years in a row, said Dr. Al Kurpis, mayor of Saddle River and a dentist at Kurpis Center for Advanced Dentistry in nearby Ridgewood. Even still, residents have access to top-quality police force and public schools, according to Kurpis. The borough, which has money to spare
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In order to reach your wealth-building goals, selecting the right kind of investment account is as important as choosing an appropriate asset allocation. By taking advantage of tax-favored accounts, millennial investors can supercharge their nest eggs. An often overlooked but powerful wealth-building tool is the health savings account. Contributions to an HSA are tax-deductible, and
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There are big tax refunds, and then there are $980,000 tax refunds. Ramon Christopher Blanchett, of Tampa, Florida, and self-described freelancer, managed to scoop up a $980,000 tax refund after submitting his self-prepared 2016 tax return. He also allegedly claimed that he earned a total of $18,497 in wages — and that he had withheld
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Average salary: $41,060 Recreational therapists get injured patients back on their feet using music and art, and games and sports. “You can utilize previous experience with a sport, art, dance or some other recreational activity — and the work demands compassion and interpersonal skills that older workers may have developed,” Shatkin says. Normally, these positions
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Millennials worried about their finances more than any other age group, according to BlackRock. Fifty-eight percent of people ages 18 to 34 said they are too focused on their current financial situation to save for their future, according to the study. Fifty-six percent overall said they have started to save for their golden years, but
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