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Overspending in the Post-Pandemic Era and Strategies to Avoid It

The COVID-19 pandemic forced people to limit socialization, and very few people were prepared for just how significant this change would be. A byproduct of this forced isolation is that many Americans ended up saving more money than usual. However, now that pandemic... read more

Central Bank Digital Currencies – All You Need To Know

Paper money is gradually becoming more and more obsolete. Fewer people are using paper currency out of COVID-19-related safety concerns, electronic forms of payments are becoming more commonplace, and cryptocurrencies are on the rise. One of the more recent... read more

Student Loan Refunds – All You Need To Know

Student loan refunds are very important for individuals taking out federal or private student loans. If you have only just recently taken on your student loan, then you might not have come across this option yet. It is important that you understand the ins and outs of... read more

Comparing Private and Federal Student Loans

The cost of a college education can place a significant burden on college students and their families, and college tuition is only continuing to rise by the year. If you are a prospective student or a parent of a child planning to attend university, then you may be... read more

Large Lenders Are Expanding Credit Card Access

In the past, credit card access has been largely limited to individuals with solid credit histories and high credit scores. Recently, however, companies have tried to improve access by expanding eligibility to those individuals who lack a credit history. Specifically,... read more

Should Americans Expect A Fourth Stimulus Check

Many Americans have endured substantial financial struggles throughout the COVID-19 pandemic but have been able to get by with the help of government stimulus checks. To date, eligible recipients have received $3,200 via three separate stimulus checks in the last 12... read more

Bitcoin Debit and Credit Cards – All You Need To Know

Cryptocurrency is becoming a greater part of mainstream discussions these days, and Bitcoin in particular has been making headlines. More and more individuals are investing in Bitcoin, and it is gradually becoming accepted as a valid alternative payment method. With... read more

How to Save on College Tuition

College tuition has become a significant expense nowadays, and the level of outstanding student loans in the United States is at an all-time high. Many parents are concerned about adequately planning for and covering the costs of college tuition while still ensuring... read more

Disputing Credit Report Errors – All You Need to Know

Credit reports are critical for your financial planning and future. These reports can impact your ability to purchase a house, take out a loan, or have a multitude of other consequences. As such, it is vital that you properly manage your credit. A key piece of proper... read more

Assessing the Merits of Debit vs Credit Card Usage

“Credit or debit?” You have probably run into this question many times when checking out at a store, or perhaps you have wondered to yourself which one is better to use when handling utilities payments or other transactions. Knowing the benefits and drawbacks of using... read more

Everything You Need to Know About Bill Consolidation

Staying on top of your bills is extremely important. Aside from helping you to avoid accumulating debt and overdue bills, properly managing what you owe has consequences on your credit rating. Many people find this difficult, which is understandable when you have... read more

Great Side Gigs From Home to Earn Extra Income

These days, many people are looking for alternative ways to make money. With high unemployment and many struggling to pay bills and debts during the pandemic, a lot of people want credible and accessible moneymaking opportunities. Side gigs are a great way to do this,... read more

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