Category: Misc.

Outdated Financial Advice You Don’t Want To Follow Anymore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 However, when you start looking at these suggestions and tips, you will quickly see that many are outdated and no longer apply or make sense. In some cases, the outdated financial advice that you shouldn’t follow is seemingly harmless, but it could […]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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How To Start Your Year-End Financial Planning Now

The end of a year brings a lot of good things with it. The holiday season is a time for warmth, sharing, and joy. However, the end of the year also brings the need to begin your year-end financial planning. With December fast approaching, it’s time for you to start thinking about taxes, new as […]

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How To Pay For College Expenses During A Pandemic

While the entire nation struggles to deal with the economic fallout of COVID-19, many students are already worried about paying for their yearly college expenses. Between job losses and the extra cost of online classes, it’s important to have a plan in place to cover this semester’s additional costs. Apply For Financial Aid – Students […]

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What To Do About The Now Expired Unemployment Bonus

After almost seven months of causing economic and physical devastation, it doesn’t look like the COVID-19 pandemic is anywhere near done hurting America and its citizens. For some people, the devastation has led to financial problems that will take them years from which to recover. The now expired unemployment bonus is going to hurt even […]

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What Can You Do About The National Coin Shortage?

There have been signs popping up at various stores across the U.S., asking for customers to help the owners of the store by providing the correct change or using debit and credit cards. When questioned about what has been described as a national coin shortage, businesses and banks have both been looking at ways to […]

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