Rod Griffin, senior director of public education and advocacy for Experian joins Good Day Chicago, with a look into which of the latest saving strategy trends work best and which you should skip.
It’s tax season and Americans across the country are preparing their returns. Here’s what you need to know about checking your refund status, getting your money back quickly, and making sure you don’t miss any important deadlines.
The dating app is only "for people with good credit," the company says. Users can't see others' scores, but the information is used to qualify a potential user for the app.
New data from the Federal Reserve Bank in New York shows that an increasing number of Americans are falling behind on their credit card payments.
A new study found that 42% of couples have kept a financial secret from their partner. Brian Preston, host of The Money Guy Show, has tips on achieving financial freedom with your spouse.
Americans might get a fatter tax refund this year. Here's why.
Consumer savings expert Andrea Woroch breaks down helpful tips for cutting the costs of your bills.
We're one week into tax filing season, and taxpayers are facing some key changes.
We are one week into the tax filing season, and whether you plan to file your tax return early or prefer to wait a while before filing, reviewing key tax changes that may affect your tax bill is essential.
The expiration of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on Dec. 31, 2025, will essentially mean that many Americans will be forced to pay anywhere between 1% to 4% more in taxes unless certain provisions are extended or made permanent.
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The IRS is offering a new option to filed your federal tax return for free this year. They are launching Direct File for eligible Americans.
Today marks the first day the IRS begins accepting and processing 2023 tax returns.
It's officially tax season. The IRS has rolled out a few tweaks this year to account for higher-than-normal inflation last year.
More than half of Americans said they would not be able to afford a $1,000 emergency expense, according to a recent survey. Economic analyst Mark Hamrick has some tips on how to build up an emergency savings account.
With tax season kicking off Monday, the IRS is rolling out a new online option for filing your 2023 returns. Here's how it works.
Thirty-five percent of adults surveyed said they'd have to borrow money if they had a $1,000 unexpected expense.
The study found that nearly 60% of millennials said they feel behind financially, likely contributing to feelings of financial inadequacy.
The Biden Administration announced an additional $5 billion in student loan forgiveness that impacts borrowers using the income-driven repayment (IDR) and Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) plans.
Here's everything Illinois residents need to know about this year's tax season.