Month: January 2021

Credit & Debt

Four New Year’s resolutions to financial health

Most of us view some form of financial situation as a goal: save more, spend less, and earn more. “Putting my finances together” is on everyone’s list, but with each new list added, it usually gets pushed down. Getting started is a daunting task, and many people are afraid to do so – but you […]

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5 new sources of revenue in 2021
Credit & Debt

5 new sources of revenue in 2021

This has been a tough year, and if Covid has taught me anything about finance, it’s a three – to six-month emergency fund. Financial self-reliance requires multiple skills and income sources, and we can fundamentally change five beneficial situations in our lives: 1.Start a YouTube channel Forbes recently released its list of the top Earning […]

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The right way to get help with student loans
Banking & Loans

The right way to get help with student loans

Currently, most federal student loans are free of all payments and interest until January 31, 2021. This means that if you have qualified federal student loans, you can continue to skip payments without worrying about interest or other consequences until February. It is also possible to extend this temporary leniency on federal student loans beyond […]

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Our minimum wage went up
Credit & Debt

Our minimum wage went up

What are the reasons for raising the minimum wage? Labor groups have raised the minimum wage, not only to help low-income workers earn more money, but also to help increase consumer demand, boost productivity and reduce employee turnover. Supporters also argue that a higher minimum wage would stimulate the economy, reduce poverty, reduce reliance on […]

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