Day: November 27, 2020

10 Ways You Shorten the Lifespan of Your Nonstick Pans

November 27, 2020

Investing in quality nonstick cookware is a good move to save money, but it does not stop there. You must also use it well so that it lasts. Avoid making the following mistakes to maintain the efficacy of your pans. 1. You do not season it before the first use. Like cast iron skillets, it […]

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States Propose Their Own Stimulus Packages Before Federal Aid Expires This Year

November 27, 2020

Days before Thanksgiving, several photographs depicting thousands of Americans waiting in line for hours to receive assistance from local food banks went viral — even as the Dow reached 30,000.  These food lines are just one consequence of the coronavirus pandemic, which has continued to cripple the country. The problem, according to economists, is sky-high […]

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Should You Use A Credit Repair Company?

November 27, 2020

When an unexpected expense comes up, and you don’t have the cash to cover it, a loan is one way to get the funds you need fast. But if your credit has seen better days, lenders will be less likely to approve your application until you improve your creditworthiness.  However, rebuilding your credit can take […]

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How To Invest Your Money

November 27, 2020

Investments are the secret to growing your wealth. But if you’re unfamiliar with investing, it can be overwhelming. Fortunately, The Motley Fool has a few tips to help you put your money to work as you start your journey as an investor.  But before you deposit your money into an investment account, you need to […]

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Best High-Yield Savings Accounts of December 2020

November 27, 2020

Are you looking for a better way to make your money work for you? Investing is always an option, but not everyone wants to deal with the risk that comes from a volatile stock market. Instead, why not consider opening a high-yield savings account? These are similar to a regular savings account, but the APY […]

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Best Checking Accounts For Students

November 27, 2020

Student checking accounts are an excellent way for young adults to transition from living at home to being on their own. These types of bank accounts can help build smart money habits that lead to financial independence.  However, depending on the financial institution, student checking accounts may come with monthly maintenance fees. The amount varies, […]

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