NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the IRS has extended the federal tax filing and payment deadline to July 15, 2020. The recent relief package passed by Congress may have additional tax implications. Please contact a tax adviser for information you may need to complete your taxes this year. Learn More. Note: This article is… Read More
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New developments continue to pour in each day surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. The COVID-19 outbreak has drastically changed nearly every aspect of life for millions of people, and the workforce in particular has been hit hard. Businesses, employees, and job seekers are all scrambling to identify what exactly ânormalâ will look like in the coming… Read More
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Imagine you’re shopping for a new car and finally find a reasonably priced set of wheels that you like. But when the dealer pulls your credit, that seemingly affordable monthly payment is no longer available to you. Instead, you’re offered a subprime car loan at 10% or even 20% interest because your credit isn’t strong… Read More
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The coronavirus bear market might look appealing to some. But for many, the economic changes that come with COVID-19 cause anxiety and uncertainty. Investing during coronavirus, when you can buy stock or other assets for lower prices, might sound like mathematical sense, but is it right for you? Start with the information belowâand the advice… Read More
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Has your credit cardÂ been declined when you tried toÂ pay something? Then you know how embarrassing it can be. Youâll probably assume that it was declined because of insufficientÂ funds. But what if yourÂ credit card issuer completely shut down your account and you donât have thatÂ credit limit? Sure, this doesnât really happen that often. But itâs still… Read More
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With Valentineâs Day around the corner, youâre probably thinking about your plans for the big day. Whether youâre celebrating with your significant other or friends, love is definitely in the air. But do you feel that love for your credit score? Thatâs rightâitâs time for you to fall in love with your credit score. And weâre here… Read More
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Your credit score can affect many aspects of your lifeâfrom getting a loan to getting a job or getting a house. Good credit is necessary for sound finances and many major purchases. But there are no quick fixes or shortcuts to building good credit. You must start by establishing credit, then embrace responsible credit habits… Read More
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Article originally published July 13th, 2016. Updated October 30th, 2018. More people are opting to lease their new set of wheels instead of purchasing them, according toÂ Q2 2018 data from Experian. The number of auto loans grewÂ to an all-time high, with leasing surpassed 30% of all new consumer vehicle sales. But the interest ratesÂ consumers are… Read More
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