Category: Misc.

Personal Financial Planning For A Loved One With Dementia

It is estimated that over 5 million people are living with some form of dementia in the United States alone. As the population continues to increase, these numbers are expected to rise. There are various types of dementia, such as Alzheimer’s Disease, Vascular Dementia, Frontotemporal Dementia, and Lewy Body Dementia. When a loved one has […]

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Learn How To Set Financial Goals For 2022 And Reach Them

Financial goals are an essential part of anyone’s ongoing financial plans, but they can be challenging to set. When one sets financial targets, it’s important to make sure that they are S.M.A.R.T. Goals. We’ll talk more about this later on. This blog post will cover some steps to help you establish your financial goals and […]

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2021 Veterans Day Free Meals and Storewide Deals

This Veterans Day, there are many businesses that are saluting our military service members with discounts and freebies. We have gathered a list of the best Veterans Day discounts nationwide and other savings to salute our troops and celebrate their service. We’d like to thank each and every one of you from the bottom of […]

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Advance Child Tax Credit Payments: What Are They & How To Get Them

History of Child Tax Credit The child tax credit (CTC) was created in 1997. The CTC is essentially a federal grant program. It is estimated that more than 30 million households are eligible for the CTC that requires annual distributions of funds. The IRS is the only agency equipped to handle such a huge continuing […]

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10 Warning Signs That You’re In Financial Trouble

Like a summer storm, financial trouble can happen without much warning. Perhaps you’re in financial trouble right now, and you have no idea. That’s why it’s so important to know and understand the most common financial warning signs of a serious problem. Some people out there don’t realize that they are one “life-changing” event away […]

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Outdated Financial Advice You Don’t Want To Follow Anymore

It is effortless to find a wide range of financial advice online today. However, when you start looking at these suggestions and tips, you will quickly see that many are outdated and no longer apply or make sense. In some cases, the outdated financial advice that you shouldn’t follow is seemingly harmless, but it could […]

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How To Use That Stimulus Money Sensibly

The third round of stimulus checks might be on the way very soon. There’s talk of a $1.9 TRILLION Covid-19 Relief Bill that President Biden and the Democrats are trying to get passed in Congress this week. The “Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act” or the “CARES Act” provided relief back in April of […]

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How To Cancel The Subscriptions You Don’t Use

Did you know that the average number of monthly subscriptions a person has is 3 or more? Many new start-ups have launched these businesses in a wide range of categories, including alcohol, baby items, contact lenses, cosmetics, feminine products, meal kits, pet food, razors, underwear, women’s and men’s apparel, video games, and vitamins to name […]

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