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|Meet with spouse/partner/spartner/Shatner about financial goals, duties, hopes and dreams|
|Sell stuff you no longer need on Craigslist or eBay|
|Cash in rewards points and gift cards before they expire|
|Create a “grab and go” box for emergencies|
|Clean out files and shred sensitive documents|
|Check your credit report|
|Optimize your participation in employer benefits|
|Create a budget|
|Find a better bank|
|Sign up for Mint, Quicken, or another financial tool|
|Build an emergency fund by having money automatically transferred to a savings account each month|
|Set up automatic bill payments|
|Identify three recurring expenses that could be reduced|
|Negotiate better rates for your cable, phone, or other recurring bills|
|Develop a strategy to get out of debt|
|Find out if you’re getting the best interest rate on your credit card|
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|Refinance your mortgage|
|Insurance and estate planning|
|Evaluate your renters, homeowner, disability, and auto insurance policies (e.g., do you have too much or are you paying too much)|
|Determine if you need more or less life insurance|
|Update the beneficiaries on your accounts and insurance policies|
|Complete or update important legal documents (will, advance medical directive, etc.)|
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|Adjust contributions to retirement accounts due to higher limits in 2013|
|Convert to a Roth IRA if prudent|
|Sign up for college savings plan(s)|
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|Evaluate your mutual funds|
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|Ghacks Technology Newsletter|
|9 March 2013|
I think you mean 2012, right?
I think some people will see your Title and won't bother to read your post or respond since they might believe you're asking about something for next year, which isn't pressing for this year or otherwise requiring an urgent response.
That is just my thought on the matter. And it might be why no one else has responded.
I merely responded to help you out and to point out the possible error of the date in the title. You are obviously working on a tax return and probably would like to finish it, so I thought I would help you out so that you could move forward. You might have checked the box for "1098-T was received" and that might be the issue, hence my comment, "I do not check the 1098-T box."
If all you can say is, "Feel free to change it if you like, Chris" - when this is your post - and I'm the only one that responded, I'll make it a habit to not respond to your posts anymore. I do believe I was the only one that responded to your software post as well.
You are apparently not very thankful.
If I have annoyed you with some comment on some other post, which I apparently have, based on your contrite response herein, you can take the good with the bad...or you won't take anything at all from me.
|Ten-Year Savings/Costs (-) in the Farm Bills (billions)|
|New Estimate (2014-2023)||Old Estimate (2013-2022)|
|Crop Insurance Programs||-$6||-$11||-$5||-$10|
|Subtotal, Farm Programs||$13||$15||$19||$19|