How to be nice to your holiday spending plan-Podcast

Tips on how to survive the holidays WITHOUT breaking your spending plan.

How to be nice to your holiday spending plan

Tips on how to survive the holidays WITHOUT breaking your spending plan.

How to save BIG TAX money with a section 105 plan podcast


Are you a small business owner and want to keep more of what you earn?  You maybe able to use the a section 105 plan so you can SAVE BIG!  Check it out!  For more information contact Gene Hamilton at 401-327-0166 or gene.hamilton@tasconline.com and please tell him Financial Freedom Classroom sent you!

How to save BIG TAX money with a section 105 plan

Are you a small business owner and want to keep more of what you earn?  You maybe able to use the a section 105 plan so you can SAVE BIG!  Check it out!  For more information contact Gene Hamilton at 401-327-0166 or gene.hamilton@tasconline.com and please tell him Financial Freedom Classroom sent you!

Tax Horror Stories and how to avoid them – Podcast

Don’t Let THIS Happen to You…Tax Horror Stories

TAX HORROR STORIES and how to avoid them…with Kimberly Landry, CPA of Landry and Associates has come back to the Financial Freedom Classroom to share some scary tales to kick off your Halloween season!

Tax Horror Stories and how to avoid them…

Help us kick off the Halloween season with “Tax Horror Stories and how to avoid them” brought to you by Financial Freedom Classroom on Thursday, October 1st at 7:30 PM EDT.  We know it will be a chilling and thrilling good time with our dear friend and CPA Kim Landry of Landry and Associates.

Some of the topics we plan to cover are:

  • Ruinous Identity Theft
  • Deadly Audit findings
  • Dangerous Clients

Bring your questions and concerns, join us if you dare!

If you aren’t registered for the webinar yet, hurry up!  Space is limited.  Just click here to register.

 

FREE Personal Finance Course – GET IT TODAY!

The opportunity to grab a copy of Suze Orman’s Personal Finance Online Course for FREE ends TODAY!  Take control of your financial life.  Here are some of the topics she covers.

  • Overcoming your Financial Obstacles
  • Be Debt-Free
  • Retirement Rules
  • Invest for Success
  • Big Ticket Items: Buying a Car or Home
  • Making Finances a Family Affair
  • The Must Have Documents & Insurance

While we haven’t had a chance to look over the course yet, we agree with most of Suze’s opinions and are sure it is a great course.  Click here to grab your copy!

Using YouTube for your business

YouTube is a super tool for your business. Be sure to watch this important information and use it. An additional recommendation is to turn your videos into podcasts! The technology we have available is amazing!

Get the best bang from your credit card

Shopping for a credit card.

If you are going to use credit cards, why not get the most reward?  Instead of YOU paying interest to your credit card company, the credit card company could be PAYING YOU each month, assuming you’ve paid your bill on time.  Now that is a switch!

Some of the best reward cards we have found are:

Blue Cash Preferred Card from American Express offers 6% cash back at US supermarkets up to $6,000 per year which equals up to $360 per year!  In addition they give 3% back on gas and select department stores.  Even with the annual fee at $75, it is still a great deal!  Everybody needs to eat, right?

Citi Double Cash Card offers essentially 2% back on all purchases with no restrictions and no annual fee. This is another good choice.  The way the card works is you get 1% cash back when you buy, plus another 1% when you pay for those purchases.  This would be a great option for a student to start earning some cash back without the annual fee.

Capitol One Venture Card is a flexible travel reward card.  One of the best benefits is that you can book travel on any airline at any time.  The card offers two miles for every dollar spent which could turn into a pretty nice vacation!

An easy to use tool can be found at http://creditcardtuneup.com/ to help determine what card works best with your spending habits.  Check it out!

Sorry, but we have to mention a best practice when we discuss credit cards, so if you use credit cards ALWAYS pay them off in full each and every month.

Disclosure:  No compensation of any kind was received from any of the businesses mentioned above.