Are You Making These Credit Mistakes?

Credit mistakes
How many credit mistakes have I made in my life? Plenty. Missed payments, continued missed payments, not monitoring my credit, carrying balances that are too high…fixing all that can feel daunting at first. In fact, it can feel like an unattainable goal but I learned to ignore that feeling and press on. Are you making credit mistakes that can cost you more money than you should be paying? There...
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How To Avoid Hidden Fees

how to avoid hidden fees
Do you need to learn how to avoid hidden fees? They are the bane of the consumer’s existence, and many of the fees you need to avoid require you to think more like a small business entrepreneur than a regular consumer. What does this mean? Basically by looking at your purchases, service contracts, rental agreements, and other areas as a business owner with low margins, you start to look for ways...
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Tax Scams And Government Impostor Schemes During COVID-19

Scams to watch out for COVID 19
Have you encountered scams during COVID-19? In any emergency, a certain number of bottom-feeding scammers come out of the woodwork to cheat hurting people out of relief money, mortgages, and more. In the age of coronavirus relief, financial bailouts, and government stimulus checks, it’s important to be vigilant about your personal data and how you respond to unsolicited calls, texts, social media...
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Is Monthly SSDI Enough To Make Ends Meet?

Is Monthly SSDI Enough To Make Ends Meet
Is monthly SSDI enough to make ends meet? To start, it’s important to know what SSDI is and how it differs from a similar program called SSI. Social Security Disability (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) differ in some fairly important ways. According to the official site, SSDI “pays benefits to you and certain family members if you worked long enough and paid Social Security taxes”. Adult...
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United States Coronavirus Tax Relief

coronavirus tax credit 2020
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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