Two centuries before the internet delivered infinite information at lightning speed, Benjamin Franklin said, "In this world, nothing is certain but death and taxes." Fortunately, new internet-based services are making tax preparation and personal financial management much easier. As tax season rears its ugly head this year, consumers have access to new, easy to use online money management tools to better manage spending and investments. Using these tools, while following the basic principles of personal finance, can ease the pain of filing taxes - this year and next.
The days leading up to April 15 can provide a sobering picture of last year's income vs. spending, and it's a natural time to evaluate basic financial habits. But where do you start? An online search shows that there have been more than ten thousand books written about personal financial management. It's easy to become overwhelmed.
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