Hoping for Lower Interest Rates? Why Waiting to Buy a Home Could Cost You

Since the onset of the pandemic, the real estate market has seen some dramatic changes. People are spending more time in their homes. They're looking for ideal remote work settings. Both indoor and outd...

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Workarounds for Costly Healthcare Delays: Insurance And Other Options

As more hospitals enact triage emergency room protocols and cancel elective surgeries and other procedures, many people across the country have been placed in a holding pattern with their healthcare. The ...

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Prepare Yourself: Student Loan Payments Resuming Soon

If you are one of the nearly 43 million Americans with student loan debt, you should take steps to prepare for the resumption of repayments. The pause in student loan payments will end in May. While the Biden administrat...

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2022 Health Insurance Enrollment: Important Financial Tips

2022 Health Insurance Enrollment: Important Financial Tips For most Americans, open enrollment for affordable 2022 Marketplace health insurance plans ends January 15, 2022. A Special Enrollment Period only exists fo...

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Student Loan Repayment Paused! Tips to Save Money Before May 2022

Student Loan Repayment Paused! Tips to Save Money Before May 2022 President Joe Biden stated mid-December that he would not pause student loan payments again in 2022. Yet, the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2 ha...

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Important Bills Piling Up? Tips for Finding the Money you Need!

Even before the pandemic, many people struggled to pay necessary bills, such as housing rental or mortgage costs, utilities and automobile insurance. Their incomes weren't high enough to keep up with inflation ...

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Social Security Increases for 2021

The economy of America has been a little out of whack since the pandemic hit in 2020. Around 80% of businesses were forced closed by the government, which caused the highest unemployment numbers in history. On top of former President Donal...

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New Law Could Wipe Over 550,000 People's Student Loans. Do You Qualify?

If you are one of the 13% of US Citizens with student loan debt, you probably spend a lot of time each month paying back loans. However, new changes might mean your budget no longer has to include loan ...

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There are numerous ways to get funding from the government, be it for a new home, college or even daycare for your kids. Did you know about these free...

Government Grants The US government has prioritized COVID relief due to the pandemic and every American citizen is entit...

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New FICO Model to Change How Credit Scores Are Calculated

Your FICO credit score is about to change and it has nothing to do with any change in your own personal credit situation. The company that maintains the FICO scoring model is making its latest changes to the system and...

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Take Advantage of These New Account Options

As a valued member, we are excited to bring these new account options to you. Hopefully you can benefit from 1 or all of the following options: 1. New Credit Card Do you have bad credit? Not a problem we can still help you get a ...

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The Best Ways to Save Money in 2020

Take Advantage of the Discounts You've Earned! {random_image_1} Our readers have worked hard to provide for their immediate and extended family now and in the future. That's why taking advantage of the discounts they've earned is one ...

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