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7 Things College Students Should Know About Credit

April 24, 2017

I opened up several credit cards within the first semester of college. Each time, I earned some sort of cool promotional item – a shot glass, a tee-shirt, a Penn State keychain. When the cards arrived in the mail a week later, I didn’t really bother to use them and when I did, I...
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3 Frequently Asked Tax Questions You May Be Asking Now

April 23, 2017

Even though Tax Day has passed, there are some questions about your taxes that may still be on your mind. If you’re waiting for a refund, you might be wondering when it will arrive in your mailbox or bank account. Or, you may realize that your return contained a typo or needs some other...
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NCR Keeps Ringing Up Profits

April 21, 2017

The way that people make payments has changed dramatically over time, and NCR (NYSE:NCR) has had to adapt to keep up with advances in the payments space. With traditional cash registers now a thing of the past, NCR now provides a variety of equipment, software, and associated services to companies that need to handle...
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Goldman Sachs Earnings: A Disappointing Quarter, but There Was Some Good News

April 19, 2017

Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) has a strong history of beating analysts’ expectations. In fact, since it went public nearly 20 years ago, the investment bank has beaten expectations 90% of the time, and it hasn’t reported an earnings miss since late 2015. So when Goldman Sachs reported first-quarter earnings that failed to meet expectations, it...
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Should I Itemize Tax Deductions on My Taxes?

April 17, 2017

When it comes to tax deductions on your tax return, you have two options. The first option is to take the standard tax deduction, which will be based on your tax filing status. For the 2016 tax year, the standard tax deduction starts at $ 6,300 for single filers and $ 12,600 for married...
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