Author: Dominique Taylor

Status On Stimulus Checks And Unemployment Benefits?

November 18, 2020

On Monday, President-elect Joe Biden renewed hopes for further government support after urging lawmakers to “come together and pass a COVID-relief package.” With most original relief measures long-expired or nearing their end, the need to support millions of struggling Americans during the ongoing pandemic has grown more pressing.   According to CBS, several analysts predict […]

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How To Get A Personal Loan If You Are Unemployed

November 18, 2020

If you lost your job or your income was disrupted in some way because of the pandemic, a personal loan can help make ends meet until your circumstances improve. Even if you don’t have a job, you can get approved for a loan, though you will need good credit and some form of income. Provided […]

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What Happens When You Get Evicted?

November 17, 2020

What Happens When You Get Evicted?   Federal moratoriums on rental evictions prevented millions of people who lost their jobs during the pandemic from facing the added burden of losing their homes. However, many states and cities no longer have a moratorium in place. These people are now at risk of losing their homes during […]

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Financially Prepare For The Holidays!!

November 17, 2020

10 Tips To Financially Prepare For The Holidays   The holidays might be the most wonderful time of the year, but they’re also the most expensive! You have shopping, travel, higher utility bills, holiday parties, and many other additional expenses to worry about during the winter. And since many people have experienced the coronavirus pandemic’s […]

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Protect Your Financial And Physical Health By Enrolling In The ACA

November 16, 2020

Having health insurance is as vital for your financial health as it is for your physical health. Without coverage, you could find yourself in a cycle of debt as you try to pay off medical bills. That’s why it’s important to pay attention to enrollment windows, so you don’t miss your opportunity to get covered.  […]

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Lower Your Mortgage Rate Today!

November 16, 2020

Obtaining a lower mortgage rate is always the goal for a homebuyer. A lower mortgage rate means lower monthly payments, less interest, and maybe even a bigger and more expensive home. However, qualifying for such a mortgage rate is something else. You have to put in the effort. On top of that, you need to […]

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Transfer Money Between Your Bank Accounts

November 13, 2020

If you have to transfer money from one account to another within the same bank or credit union, it’s as simple as making an in-person visit, making a phone call, or going online. However, it’s less straightforward if you bank at multiple financial institutions, need to contribute to a retirement fund or send money to […]

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Best Bank Bonuses For November 2020

November 13, 2020

Are you searching for a new place to bank? Then you may already know there are a few variables to think about, such as interest rates, fees, and convenience. But there’s another factor to consider — and it’s much more exciting. And that’s bank bonuses.  You can find many banks with welcome bonuses for new […]

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Can I Get A Credit Card Without A Social Security Number?

November 12, 2020

If you are an immigrant to the US, or even an international student studying at university, having access to financial services and products is essential. However, without a Social Security number (SSN), you will have far fewer options available. Not only that but getting an SSN is a complicated, lengthy process.  Without an SSN, you […]

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Best Credit Cards For Excellent Credit

November 12, 2020

Do you have excellent credit? Then you may qualify for the best credit cards available on the market. These typically offer generous rewards and benefits to help you make the most out of your use. According to Credit Karma, excellent credit scores are higher than 780 on the VantageScore scale, or 800 for FICO. If […]

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