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When you really think about it, life is one long pursuit of knowledge. But not every lesson is free—in fact, quite the opposite. Education in the United States is quite expensive, costing anywhere from $21,000 to just under $50,000! That’s a seri...


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It’s time to get spooky. Halloween has to be one of the most spirit holidays of the year around Edge Financial; we love seeing people go all out and have some fun. We even have an annual costume contest and face painting for the whole family! Hallo...

Divorce is difficult, no matter the cause. Whether you were married three months or ten years, whether you have a lot of shared property or very little, and whether or not you have children. Separating from a spouse is an emotionally challenging, fin...

“You hate doing taxes, right? We’ll do them for you!” So goes the proposition at the core of every tax preparation service out there. Even online tax prep tools like TurboTax and H&R Block offer operate under a similar assumption. The troub...

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This time of year, our tax blog always gets a bit sentimental. We start talking about saving strategies for the New Year, showing you how to make last-minute money moves to lower your tax bill, and sharing neat tools to help you get a handle on your ...

You’ve got two-and-a-half weeks. That’s right, it’s been almost six full months since April 15, 2019—better known as Tax Day. Hopefully, if you’re reading this blog right now, your taxes are comfortably in the rearview mirror. If not, we un...

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You may not realize it, but in some way or another, you’re almost always interacting with the IRS. Obviously, it’s not always direct contact, but it’s contact nonetheless: your employer’s withholding from your paychecks, quarterly tax payment...

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While most people are relative strangers to the IRS, if you’ve ever experienced a small tax issue—or a bigger one like an audit or tax debt—you’ve likely had more interactions with the IRS than you’d otherwise care to. Whatever the tax issu...

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Receiving letters from friends and loved ones? In a word, great. Receiving letters from the IRS? In a word, terrible. If you’ve ever had to deal with the IRS outside of filing your tax return and getting your tax refund, you know what we mean. For ...

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