Day: November 23, 2020

10 Effortless Ways to Save More

November 23, 2020

Simple changes in your day-today habits can save you more money in an effortless way. Below are 10 tips to try today and get more value for less. 1. Collect rewards. There are plenty of rewards programs out there. Check out retailers for discounts, cash backs, and points that can save you money whenever you […]

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Where To Find The Best Bank Bonuses

November 23, 2020

Opening a new bank account that offers competitive interest rates and other benefits is one thing. But it’s another when you get rewarded just for having money in your account.  If you’re looking for a new place to bank, or you just want to earn some extra money, then check out the best bank promotions […]

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What You Should Know About Financial Assets

November 23, 2020

Do you have cash in your wallet or money in the bank? Have you ever purchased stocks or bonds? If so, you own a financial asset. If you are new to the world of personal finance, terms like financial asset might seem like jargon. However, understanding these common topics is an essential step toward financial […]

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What Are Your Options When You Have Too Much Debt?

November 23, 2020

Are you struggling to get out from under a mountain of debt? Does it seem like no matter what you do, you’ll never be able to pay off that credit card or loan? You don’t have to handle it alone. US News My Money offers a few ideas that can help relieve some of this […]

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How To File Your Taxes When You Lose Your Job

November 23, 2020

If you lost your job this year, having to file a tax return can feel like rubbing salt in the wound — especially if you have been out of work for a prolonged period. However, it’s an unfortunate necessity.  US News My Money explains what you should know about filing your taxes after you lose […]

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7 Ways To Lower Your Taxes On A Bonus Check

November 23, 2020

Nothing ruins the feeling of receiving a bonus at work than knowing you have to pay taxes on it.  Although bonuses are taxed any other type of income, there are a few things you can do to make sure you keep as much as possible. SmartAsset.com breaks down what you need to know about lowering […]

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6 Pandemic Relief Measures That Expire This Year

November 23, 2020

When the COVID-19 pandemic first broke out in the US, Congress quickly approved a variety of unprecedented measures to help Americans and the economy during the historical crisis. These provisions included supplemental unemployment insurance, student loan deferment, and an eviction moratorium for renters and homeowners. Most of these critical measures expired over the summer. Now, […]

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