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What Does A New President Mean For Your Finances?

January 22, 2021

A new president means new developments for your finances. To better prepare for the possibilities to come, check out these potential changes to your finance from US News My Money. A Third Stimulus Payment The days leading up to the Georgia Senate elections were filled with discussions from both parties that lawmakers should provide more […]

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Best Military Credit Cards — January 2021

January 22, 2021

Active-duty service members can enjoy a variety of benefits, from military discounts to exclusive low credit card interest rates. Thanks to the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA), credit card issuers must forgive debts accrued before service that have an interest rate of 6% or higher every year. This law applies to active service members, which […]

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5 Financial Moves To Make After A Raise

January 22, 2021

If you receive an extra bump in income after a raise, your mind is likely spinning at all the things you can do with that extra money. But before you do anything, make sure to take a moment to take stock of your financial situation and create a plan that will support long-term economic growth […]

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5 Times Coupons are Not Worth It

January 22, 2021

Frugal living is associated with clipping coupons. When used correctly, they really make a big difference for the budget. However, there are instances when it is simply not worth it. Below are five times coupons only waste your time and money. 1. Low cost to reward ratio Make no mistake about it: serious couponing is […]

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What’s The Difference Between Savings Accounts, MMAs, And CDs?

January 21, 2021

If you want to reach your financial goals without going into debt, you start by saving money. However, unless your funds accrue interest, you’re not getting as much as you can from those funds. That’s why many people turn to savings accounts, money market accounts (MMAs), and certificates of deposit (CDs).  These financial products can […]

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What To Do If Your Child Makes An Unauthorized Purchase With Your Credit Card

January 21, 2021

With schools and many workplaces closed due to the pandemic, families are spending more time at home. As a result, your kids may have more screen time, which could lead to unexpected credit card purchases from apps, games, or streaming transactions. If you’ve encountered an unexpected credit card purchase, you may have a hard time […]

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PUA Recipient? Make Sure You Know About New Changes

January 21, 2021

The latest coronavirus stimulus deal is a welcome relief for Americans. However, it contains several restrictive measures that will affect millions of Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) recipients, which includes independent contractors, gig workers, and the self-employed. Former President Donald Trump signed the $900 billion deal into law on December 27, allowing PUA recipients to continue […]

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Best High-Yield Savings Accounts — January 2021

January 21, 2021

When you put your money in a savings account, you want it to do something more than collect dust until you withdraw it. That’s why you should always look for banks or credit unions that offer the best returns on savings accounts. This ensures that you meet your savings goals faster while having peace of […]

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8 Ways to Run a Zero-Waste Kitchen

January 21, 2021

With a little thought and attention, you can lessen the waste you produce on your kitchen and save a lot of money. Below are simple and effective ways to run a zero-waste kitchen and maximize your ingredients and dollars at the same time. 1. Give your bath a fresh smell with orange peels. Place your […]

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What You Need To Know About ABLE Accounts

January 20, 2021

In 2014, lawmakers approved the Achieving a Better Life Experience Act (ABLE) after disability advocacy organizations spent almost ten years lobbying for it. This law allows tax-advantaged accounts for individuals with disabilities (like 529 accounts for college) without running the risk of losing their government benefits. As EisnerAmper Wealth Management and Corporate Benefits LLC managing […]

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