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Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness Application

Business owners, the loan forgiveness application for the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program is finally here
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What To Do If You Can Not Make Your Car Payment

26 million Americans are jobless due to COVID-19. That's one in 6 people who have found themselves without an income. However with numbers like these, many businesses are working with people when it comes to debts, including your car loan or lease
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Students Willing To Give Up Vacation For Loan Relief

Student loan debt is the highest it has ever been in the United States. According to the Federal Reserve, it is the second-highest consumer debt category, second only behind mortgages. So it’s not hard to believe people would go to extra lengths to get rid of their debt including going to jail. A...
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This May Be Why It Is Hard To Save Money

If you find it hard to save money for a rainy day, you are not alone! Analyzed numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows the average American earned $78,635 in 2018 and spent $61,224 of it, which means we’re spending about 80% of our income. After taxes are taken out, that percentage jumps...
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Outdated Financial Advice That Is Just Bad

When it comes to your finances, there's a lot of old advice that isn't necessary good anymore. Even though many of us were taught as kids that it’s not polite to talk about money, the world is overflowing with people who want to tell you exactly what you should do with yours and what they say, many...
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Use Your Gift Cards Now

Birthdays, Christmas and even thank yous sometimes come with gift cards. Chances are they're all sitting in a drawer somewhere in your home not being used. One financial blogger is on a quest for all of us to cash in on gift cards as soon as you get them. The reason is simple, you are providing the...
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Types Of Student Loan Forgiveness Plans

It isn't cheap to attend college with the average bachelor degree attached with around $30,000 in student loan debt, paying loans back can be a challenge. However there some programs that can have a portion of your balance forgiven. You may qualify for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program if...
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Outdated Financial Advice

There is plenty of free advice out there and some of it is helpful. Then there is advice that is simply outdated such as these financial tips. The old advice of waiting until your student loans are paid off before buying a home simply doesn't apply in a world where student debt averages $37,000. If...
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A Credit Score Trick To Use When Buying A House

When it comes to buying a house, your credit score can be the deciding factor in saving your thousands of dollars over the life of the loan. So it's important to boost your score by taking a look at your credit for errors, not going over your current credit card limits, don't pay bills late and don...
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What To Know About Being A Co-Signer Of A Private Student Loan

While many kids are looking forward to the summer, high school graduates are preparing to make the jump into college and that usually means navigating through the world of student loans. Some tuitions have risen beyond the maximum loan amounts offered by federally backed loans, which means you...
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