With tax filing season well underway, the rumblings have been growing louder about people receiving smaller refunds, or owing money, following…
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Young adults, single parents, and married couples with modest incomes are among those mostly likely to qualify for the Saver's Credit, a federal tax credit for people who put money in a retirement account.
Income tax filing season is here again, and this time the major changes in federal tax rules adopted at the end of 2017 will apply.
Financial literacy can mean the difference between a lifetime of poor financial decisions, and knowing how to make the most of one's money, at any level of income.
Tax rules keep changing, so here are some valuable South Carolina income tax breaks to be aware of, and one that's hardly worth the trouble.
From an annual tax credit worth up to $2,000, to favorable loan rates and downpayment assistance, there are many ways to save on a home purchase in South Carolina.
The median sale price for homes in the Charleston, S.C. metro area is $266,000. Here's a look at what that will really buy, and where.
Real estate owners who would rather pay their annual property tax bill through a series of smaller payments could find Charleston County's new advance installment option a helpful personal finance tool.
Lots of people struggle to pay off high-interest credit card debt. In some cases they could save money and pay off debt by doing something counter-intuitive — getting another credit card.
The S.C. Department of Consumer Affairs warns against online shopping with debit cards. Personal finance columnist David Slade agrees.