Day: November 10, 2020

Top Private Student Loans For You

November 10, 2020

If you’re one of the thousands of college students taking remote courses this year, the thought that you’re stuck with the same tuition bill while staying home may have already crossed your mind. Even though one of the most cost-effective ways to finance the cost of tuition is with federal student loans, that money might […]

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Best Debit Card Rewards Programs

November 10, 2020

You’ve seen plenty of credit card promotions offering generous rewards for new applicants. But what about debit cards?  Banks and credit unions that offer rewards for debit card purchases are few and far between. But if you look hard enough, you will find a financial institution that provides debit card rewards programs. Granted, these perks […]

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Retired and Need a New Bank?

November 10, 2020

When you retire, you live on a fixed income that most likely comes from your savings and Social Security payments. It’s important to find a bank or credit union whose financial products and services align with your new financial needs, such as lower fees. According to Bruce McClary, the senior vice president of communications for […]

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Need a New Private Student Loan?

November 10, 2020

When you need to take out a private student loan, it can be difficult to know which one is right for you. But if you focus on four primary areas recommended by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and the Department of Education, narrowing down your choices will be easier. These include […]

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Can You Qualify For PEUC?

November 10, 2020

Can you still receive the Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC), a 13-week unemployment benefits extension, even if your regular benefits ran out?  The simple answer: Yes.  If you qualified for Unemployment Insurance Compensation (UIC) and depleted your state UI benefits, you can apply for the 13-week PEUC extension. Additionally, if you did not receive payments […]

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Need a Credit Card for the Holiday Season?

November 10, 2020

The holidays are supposed to be a time for festivities and fun. But they’re also one of the most stressful times of the year. Now with the pandemic, you’re most likely balancing working from home, your children’s remote learning classes, or finding another child care provider.  Although many people fell under financial hardships this year, […]

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8 Simple Ways to Save More Money Daily, Monthly, and Annually

November 10, 2020

It is never too late or early in the year to start saving money. Setting money aside is always a welcome thing! Below are more tips for you to save more daily, monthly, and annually. Daily Savings 1. Bring your lunch to work. A sandwich can cost up to $10 a day. It does not […]

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