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The best time to develop good habits is when we are young. For college students, there’s no better “good habit” to start learning than financial responsibility.
With COVID cases on the rise due to the Delta Variant, we understand the growing hesitance by some to venture into places they don’t have to.
This week, millions of families across the U.S. will begin receiving the advanced child tax credit from the IRS. This is a tax credit Americans with kids receive every year, but in light of the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, those who wish can receive half of their tax credit for the 2021 tax year early.
After more than a year spent cooped up in our homes, the world is opening back up. That means millions of Americans who skipped out on their usual summer vacations and spending sprees are looking to make up for lost time.
Whether you’re married, plan to be, or not, it’s important for women to have a financial plan of their own or be involved in your family’s plan.
We’ve all heard and seen the terms “credit score” and “good credit” a million times. We understand their importance; that they are needed for some major expenditures in life like buying a house or car. They can be the difference between getting a good interest rate on a loan or possibly paying thousands more or not even getting the loan at all.
Spring is officially here which means it’s the time of year to get that elbow grease going and really deep clean our lives. While Spring Cleaning is traditionally a term used for our homes and wardrobes, it’s also a good time to give our finances a deep cleaning to help make it easier to save AND to save us some green!
A credit card and debit card look about the same when you’re holding one in your hand. A plastic card with 16-digits, an expiration date, your name, and probably the logo of a credit company you’ve heard of in one of the corners.
2020 was a tough year for everyone, especially financially. While the U.S. Government helped with some financial bailouts for businesses and individuals, many Americans still found themselves struggling to pay bills and everyday necessities.
Every January 1st, millions of Americans resolve to make some major change in their life. For some, it’s health-related. For others, it’s a change of attitude. But for a lot of us, it’s striving to make a financial change; be it to save more, spend less, or reach a certain financial goal.
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