Tax season is right around the corner. The Internal Revenue Service announced that the nation's tax season will start on Friday, February 12, 2021, when the agency will begin accepting and processing … [Read more...] about Here’s What You Need To Know About Your Tax Return For 2021
Before you know it, April 15th is going to roll around, and your taxes will be due. If this is the year that you planned to get organized and maybe even a little bit early while filing your taxes, one … [Read more...] about Ready for Tax Season? Here’s Your 2021 Tax Checklist
Life has its difficulties; things happen. What would happen if you suddenly lost your job? Do you have enough savings to cover necessary expenses to keep you and your family afloat until you find a … [Read more...] about What is the Best Way to Keep an Emergency Fund?
Managing your finances can be difficult on its own, but when you add another person, it can be even more of a hassle. The stress and tension that comes with couples and money management are among the … [Read more...] about 5 Easy Tips for Couples and Money Management
Just because you can take out a second personal loan doesn't mean you should. Taking out a second one can be disastrous if you already have trouble managing your debt. Personal loans are the … [Read more...] about Why You Should Avoid Taking Out a Second Personal Loan
Emergency funds are more important than ever as people continue to navigate life during the COVID-19 pandemic, with millions unemployed or underemployed, and all those bills still coming due at the … [Read more...] about The 5 Easy Steps To Start An Emergency Fund
It's not all about the big wins. Taking those little steps to start paying off debt today can make a huge difference. Consumer debt in the United States has grown by 19% since 2009 with a record high … [Read more...] about 5 Things to Help You Start Paying Off Debt Today
When life hits you with a big unexpected expense, your emergency fund ensures you're financially prepared. Most financial experts agree that an emergency fund is a crucial part of financial planning. … [Read more...] about How Much Should My Emergency Fund Be?
Shock proofing your finances during normal times may not seem necessary, but when is the last time we had a long streak of normal times? Over the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent … [Read more...] about Take Control Of Your Finances And Make Them Emergency Proof
As 2020 ends (thankfully!), maybe you should think about making 2021 the year you start saving money. Even during good times, people find it hard to fit saving money into their overall budget. In … [Read more...] about Find a Good Savings Plan for 2021
After months of delays, it finally happened: Congress passed another spending bill with billions of dollars of COVID relief, which the President signed into law in December. While many types of aid … [Read more...] about What Is The Best Way To Spend My Second Stimulus Check?
Half of Americans planning their 2021 money resolutions claimed reducing debt or becoming debt-free is at the top of their list. Who wouldn't want to improve their financial situation going into a new … [Read more...] about How To Make Your 2021 Debt Resolutions
If you're out of work and worried about how you're going to pay all your bills next month, you're not alone. Millions of Americans are out of work due to the coronavirus pandemic, and millions more … [Read more...] about 5 Tips For Budgeting For Long Term Unemployment
Let's face it, even before the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us griped about how saving money is so hard to do. By the time we pay our rent or mortgage, utilities, and make car or credit card payments, … [Read more...] about Saving Money Is So Hard: Here’s How To Make It Painless
The top New Year's resolutions amongst Americans are exercising more, eating healthier, and saving money. Unfortunately, only 4% manage to stick to their goals. If you're determined to make or save … [Read more...] about How To Set Realistic New Year Money Goals