Day: December 16, 2020

Top Lawmakers Prepare For Last-Ditch Meeting Over Stimulus Package

December 16, 2020

Negotiations over the highly anticipated round of COVID-10 pandemic relief became increasingly embittered on Tuesday, with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) calling on leading lawmakers for a crucial meeting. According to a tweet from her office, Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin discussed the aid for over an hour. Mnuchin will accompany Pelosi and three […]

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Should You Use Your Credit Card To Pay Off Your Student Loans?

December 16, 2020

Chances are, you have debt from student loans. If you do, you might have thought about using your credit card to pay them off. At least then you could get rewarded for your payment or pay no interest during the introductory period. But, as US News My Money points out, this puts you in a […]

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Need A Debt Consolidation Loan? Check Out These Lenders

December 16, 2020

Debt consolidation loans fall under the umbrella of personal loan products. With them, you can pool multiple types of high-interest debts into one affordable monthly bill. You can use a debt consolidation loan to cover several unsecured debts such as:   Credit card balances Medical expenses Other personal loans Payday loans   Now that interest […]

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How To Open A Roth IRA

December 16, 2020

Roth IRAs are an excellent retirement vehicle that allows you to enjoy your returns and distributions tax-free. However, not everyone is eligible for Roth IRA contributions. Additionally, some workers might favor a prompter tax cut. US News My Money explains how to open a Roth IRA. Meet The Eligibility Requirements Before you can contribute to […]

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Best Private Student Loans Of 2020

December 16, 2020

College tuition is expensive. Period. And whether you plan on taking in-person classes next semester or participating in online courses, you will need a student loan to help you cover the cost. Federal student loans are typically more affordable than private loans, but they might not meet all of your expenses. Private student loans, grants, […]

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Best Credit Cards For Fair Credit – December 2020

December 16, 2020

When you have fair credit and want to improve it, you might feel like secured cards are your only option. After all, it seems like many unsecured credit cards are reserved for people with good or excellent credit. But actually, there are many credit cards for fair credit that don’t require a deposit, have affordable […]

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6 Easy Ways to Save on Gifts This Christmas

December 16, 2020

This holiday season, challenge yourself to not blow your bank account for a change. Below are six easy ways to save on buying presents for all your loved ones without sacrificing quality, thoughtfulness, and good will. Getting the small things right will definitely cut your costs a lot! 1. Write a Christmas budget. Start by […]

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