Student loan debt can be a huge burden on new graduates just starting out in their careers. Fortunately, there are programs to help with repayment, including forgiveness, cancellation, and loan repayment programs (LRPs) specific to your chosen career. See which ones you might qualify for here.
Employers don’t have to count certain fringe benefits as employee wages, but others they do. Not including these required benefits in employee income can be a costly error for both parties due to the risk of tax audits and penalties. Learn which fringe benefits you must report as income.
Self-employed people can choose from several different retirement plan options. These include traditional and Roth IRAs, SEP IRAs, SIMPLE IRAs, solo 401(k)s, and even a self-employed pension. The best fit for you and your business depends on your business structure, number of employees, and income.
Skyrocketing college tuition has students taking on debt to pay for college. But your area of study can affect your future earning potential — and your ability to pay back that burdensome student debt. Find out how your major can affect your earning potential before it’s too late.
As a freelancer, maintaining long-term clients is the dream. Asking existing clients for a higher rate is challenging but not impossible. Learn how to negotiate a higher freelance rate with existing clients, including a template for how to address a rate increase.
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