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How to Stretch Your Money as a Collge Student

Despite receiving financial assistance through student loans, college could become expensive, and paying for all the necessary expenses can be difficult. Below are some tips to ensure that your money stretches until the end of the year.

by Nailah Herbert
Key Facts of Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Plan

When President Joe Biden was elected into office, one of his main promises was to forgive borrowers’ student loans, and now it is beginning. Eligible borrowers can receive up to a $20,000 deduction in their outstanding student loans.

by Matin Varshochi
3 Side Hustle Ideas Requiring Little to No Money to Start

Since the cost of living has drastically risen over the past six months, paying for expenses on one income alone may not be feasible, leading to people picking up side hustles. Some side hustles that can increase your income are delivery driving, becoming a virtual assistant and becoming an influencer.

by CapWay
How Quiet Quitting Has Impacted the Labor Market

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, working from home became an option many companies implemented for part-time and full-time employees. However, working long hours began to affect employees’ mental health, which began the workplace trend of “quiet quitting.”

by Matin Varshochi
Pros and Cons of Having An Authorized User

Authorized users, like cosigners, should be carefully considered before adding them to a credit card account. If not, it can be a costly mistake and will likely ruin your credit score.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
This Nonprofit Buys and Then Pays Off Medical Debt

After receiving medical care, a bill must be paid off. Typically, if someone has health insurance, the insurance company will cover all or a portion of the bill. Some may have little to no income, which makes it hard for them to afford insurance, which leads to accumulating debt.

by Matin Varshochi
IRS Received $80 Billion to Target Tax Evaders

On August 12, 2022, the Inflation Reduction Act was introduced. The Act determined the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) should receive an additional $80 billion over the next ten years to help with tax enforcement on high-net-worth individuals.

by Matin Varshochi
How to Change Your Money Mindset for the Better

A mindset shift is important when you want to become financially secure and comfortable. Your money mindset determines how you think about your finances. If you have a poor mindset when it comes to money, it can become challenging to accomplish your financial goals.

by Nailah Herbert
How NFL Players Spend Their Money

Most rookie athletes are in their late teens or early twenties, earning millions of dollars. Below are examples of NFL players who either went broke or generated more wealth and the factors that led to these athletes' financial outcomes.

by Matin Varshochi
What You Need to Know If You Lose Your Job

For a second straight quarter, the gross domestic product (GDP) of the United States fell, the typical definition of a recession. Due to the rising fears of a recession, companies have reduced their job openings, and there is a possibility some people will be getting laid off in the near future.

by Matin Varshochi
How to Pay for Your College Education with Scholarships

Scholarships are the best option for getting a college degree debt-free. Here’s how you can get a free education by using scholarships.

by Shaun Morgan
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