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    Audit- Da-Fé

    I am sure you are aware that the Internal Revenue Service audits tax returns. This is just to make sure we are telling the truth on our returns. The IRS uses these audits to collect data on how honest the public is in filing its tax returns. If there are ...

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    14 Steps to Making 2017 Your Breakout Year

    From your résumé to your gym membership, Backstage has rounded up 14 New Year’s resolutions for any professional actor to start 2017 on the right foot.

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    What Will Be Your Legacy?

    A legacy is more than just the performances captured on film—according to Bailie Slevin, with the right financial planning you can make a difference to the organizations and companies that matter to you.

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    How to Be an Actor on a Budget

    Finance guru and former actor Lauren Bowling explains how even the lowest-paid actors can save money and budget!

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    5 Steps to Financial Success in 2017

    Financial expert Bailie Slevin breaks down the step-by-step process of building a budget that benefits both you and your future goals.

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    3 Essential Tricks for Financial Security in 2017

    Personal finance author Stefanie O’Connell came by Backstage’s Brooklyn offices for a Facebook Live interview, where she revealed how to save money going into the new year.

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    Here’s How to Get a Completely Free Workout in L.A.

    Don’t despair at your dearth of treadmill access. Here, we’ve rounded up the tips and tricks to get your sweat on all over L.A., completely cost-free.