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Everything You Need to Know About the Third Stimulus Checks

You have probably heard by now about the latest wave of third stimulus checks issued as part of the American Rescue Plan under the newly elected Biden administration. These checks will be issued to millions of individuals across the country, with the aim of bolstering... read more

The Actual Cost of Credit Cards – All You Need to Know

Credit cards are great if used correctly. They can help you build credit and provide funds to make larger purchases. However, credit cards can be dangerously costly if not managed correctly. Knowing what credit cards truly cost and understanding how to properly manage... read more

How to Best Manage Your Unemployment Benefits

Many people have found themselves out of work during this pandemic and must navigate unemployment benefits for the first time in their lives. If you are newly out of work, figuring out how to revise the way you manage finances can be overwhelming. Here is a... read more

How to Build Credit at a Young Age

Having a good credit score is very important and can help you get access to various financial opportunities. There are several advantages you can get when you have a high credit score. Some of the advantages that you can get when you have a high credit score include... read more

Clever Financial Decisions to Make Today for a Secure Future

Making financially stable moves is an important step towards success. Most people may struggle to keep up with their finances hence end up with an unwanted financial burden. Making savvy money moves is the answer to taking charge of your financial stability. Here are... read more

Credit Guard Your Debt Ultimate Solution

Financial distress is not an experience anyone wishes to be into. Unfortunately, due to the nature of needs and scarcity of resources, it occurred to us; That many people and companies find themselves at longer heads with the financial lending company due to unpaid or... read more

How To Create A Budget That You’ll Finally Be Able To Stick To

So many people avoid even just the thought of making a budget, as it seems like a daunting and outdated task. However, it doesn’t have to be! In fact, it is one of the most important things you can possibly do for a successful financial future and the overall... read more

Student Loan Debt Forgiveness – Should You be Looking Forward to It?

Student loan debt is one of the biggest issues that the United States faces today. Student borrowers have been very vocal about the burdening debt and are optimistic towards the Biden administration. The new democratic government has plenty on its plate in regards to... read more

6 Surprisingly Simple Personal Finance Tips That You Can Perfect Throughout The Years

There are hundreds of different finance tips – ranging from  simple things you probably already know, such as avoiding unnecessary spending. However, other tips seem pretty outlandish, like having your total salary amount in your savings before you are 30 years... read more
Credit Card Data Breaches: What to Know and What to Do

Credit Card Data Breaches: What to Know and What to Do

These days hardly a week goes by without news of another major data breach. When it happens to a credit card company, this can be more than a little concerning. How do you know where to turn or what steps to take? Cutting up all your cards and running screaming into... read more

Avoiding Phone App Deal Traps

Making a Plan to Avoid Overspending and Unnecessary Shopping We all know that the best way to make sure you don’t overspend at the grocery store is to make a list of your grocery needs that fits your budget. Making a list not only provides an easy-to-follow plan to... read more

What is the difference between a fixed and adjustable interest rate?

According to the Federal Reserve Board’s guide to mortgage rates, the reason that the topic of fixed vs. adjustable rates is complicated because you need to know “about indexes, margins, discounts, caps, negative amortization, and convertibility.” They go on to say... read more

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