How to Select Life Insurance That Best Fits Your Needs

Less than 60% of Americans hold life insurance, which leaves millions of loved ones unprotected when a provider passes on. Fortunately, life insurance policies are incredibly affordable – some plans are available for as low as $5 a month. But to get the best life insurance for your family, there are some things you need to understand.
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How Much Does Flood Insurance Cost on Average?

64 percent of Americans are homeowners. If you’re one of these people, you’re certainly enjoying the perks of homeownership. There’s nothing as blissful as leaving work and knowing you’re heading to your home. You can keep as many pets as you want, customize it to your tastes…the list can go on and on.
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United States Coronavirus Tax Relief

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Are you in search of coronavirus tax relief? In March of 2020, Congress passed the $2.2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Considered the largest economic relief bill in American history, the package includes a wide variety of bailout funds for businesses and individual workers including Economic Impact Payments from the government that function as refundable tax...
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7 Avoidable Things That Will Cause Your Worst Credit Score

For many of us, this is the most challenging time we’ve ever lived through. The worldwide economy has ground to a halt, and, as of April 9, 2020, 10 million people had already filed for unemployment benefits. When you’re struggling to pay your bills, it’s difficult to manage your credit score. However, it’s still important! Make the wrong moves, and you could end up with the worst credit score...
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Avoid Coronavirus Scams And Protect Your Savings

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People are being victimized by coronavirus scams. It’s bad enough that a vocal minority keeps insisting on endangering the greater public good by breaking COVID-19 quarantine measures to protest having to stay inside. To make matters worse there are active coronavirus scams circulating that have promoted action from government agencies such as the Federal Trade Commission and the Consumer Financial...
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