Making The Most Of Your Money

Making The Most Of Your Money

  • Who Claims The Personal Exemption For A Working College-Age Dependent?

    At age 19, children generally become ineligible to be claimed as a dependent on the tax return of a parent. An exception to the general rule applies to full-time college students. Parents with a child in college may be able to claim the child as a dependent if the child is under age 24 at the end of the tax year. Even if a working student files a separate tax return, there is still only one sole personal exemption for the child that can be claimed on one of the two returns.

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Making The Most Of Your Money

When it comes down to it, most of us could manage our money a little bit better. I found myself in this boat a few years ago, when I realized that I was almost broke because of my poor spending habits. I was tired of being constantly out of money, and it felt like I was drowning in debt. I knew that I wanted something to change, so I started focusing on making the most out of my money. I spent a lot of time completely overhauling my budget, and it really made a great difference in my personal life. I realized that I had a lot more money, and that I wasn't as stressed about finances all of the time. Check out my blog!

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