Student Loans: Repaying Debts Faster
Student loans may not be paid overnight, but we want to pay it off in a fastest way possible. Is it possible? Before anything else, one has to recognize this responsibility. The borrower should know why he incurred this debt in the first ...
What is the Standard Moving Cost?
You concluded remodeling is expensive upon considering all important factors. So you decided to move to another house instead. But, is moving less expensive than renovating? If a homeowner wants to live in a ...
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Finance for Individuals
Other Ways to Pay for College
If your financial aid and scholarship grant are not sufficient to sustain your schooling, there are some other ways to pay for college. Work Part-Time for Your School Some colleges or universities enable their students to settle their bills in sweat equity by working part time for them.
Special Features on Finance
Taxation in Finance
Introducing the Federal Tax Brackets
The first federal income tax statute stemmed from enacting the Revenue Act of 1861, which was passed by the Union government to help fund expenses related to Civil War. Then the second revenue was passed in 1862, which introduced two tax brackets: 3% for annual incomes ranging from $600 to $10,000, and 5% on incomes $10,000 and above.
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