New IRS Validation Rules (as reported by

This time of the year, the IRS fields countless calls from taxpayers and CPAs who have questions about tax filing. But all too often, they are flooded with another kind of call as well. These calls come from scammers whose sole aim is to defraud the IRS and potentially steal some valuable identifying information in… Read More

Voya Financial Supports W!se Financial Literacy Program

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 11, 2019 Media Contact: Mary Jo Rohrer | 212-421-2700 | Voya Financial® Supports W!se Financial Literacy Program New York, NY, – Working in Support of Education (W!se) is pleased to announce it has received a generous grant from Voya Financial® to continue to support the Financial Literacy Certification Program in… Read More

Save on Car Insurance (as reported on

Car insurance is a necessary evil for drivers of all stripes. You can’t drive legally in the US without it. But for those of you out there who have ever been involved in an auto accident, you know the value of insurance. EverQuote is a tool that allows drivers to shop for car insurance and… Read More

How to Raise Financially Independent Daughters

Check out this article which prepares parents and guardians for how to ensure that their daughters are raised with the same amount of financial knowledge as their sons. Some starter tips are listed below: -Model money equality at home. -Teach money-management behaviors early. -Narrate your actions and thought processes involving money. -Be honest about your… Read More