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How to Transition from College to a Career

Making the transition from college to a career can be challenging. But most people make some huge mistakes while making this transition. Here's how to make a seamless transition.

by Shaun Morgan
Why Your Credit Score Matters When Purchasing a Home

Your credit score is used by lenders to determine your credit risk when it comes to borrowing money. The higher your credit score, generally speaking, the more you'll be able to borrow, and the lower your interest rate. That can save you thousands of dollars over the life of your loan. So, if you're looking to purchase a home, read on to learn how to optimize your credit score.

by Pam Hill
High Paying Jobs with No Degree Requirements

Not everyone wishes to attend a four-year university or pursue a bachelor's degree or higher; thus, they turn to jobs that do not have a post-secondary degree as a job requirement.

by Sheena Allen
Top Paying Jobs in America of 2022

There are many different career paths a person can choose from in pursuit of attaining a high-paying job. The exact salary will differ depending on the field of work, experience, and level of education.

by Sheena Allen
Student Loan Repayment Paused Again Until Aug 2022

Biden Administration announced that federal student loan payments had been paused, again, until August 31, 2022. Although this is the sixth extension, it is essential to look at different ways to begin paying off student loans.

by Sheena Allen
What's the Best Mortgage? | Picking Loans

Choosing the right mortgage depends on a host of important factors. Some of those factors include your FICO score, your available down payment, and how long you plan on living in your new home.

by Pam Hill
Tax Professionals Can Save You Time and Money on Your Taxes

Filing your taxes is stressful, but it is more stressful when you're not prepared. Tax planning can take the stress out of filing your taxes and save you thousands.

by Shaun Morgan
When Will I Get My Tax Refund? 22 Million Already Have

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has begun giving out tax refunds, with 22 million already receiving their money, with the average recipient receiving $3,536. Here are some ways to help expedite the process of receiving a tax refund.

by Viviana Vazquez
Most Common Tax Forms

Tax season can bee a dizzying experience just trying to keep all the tax forms straight. Luckily, tax forms aren't as confusing as you'd think, once you get the basics down. Here are what your basic tax forms mean.

by Shaun Morgan
College Students Lost $3.7 Billion in FAFSA Aid

Previously, nearly 56% of high school graduates had filled out their FAFSA applications prior to the pandemic. However, once the pandemic hit and all education was forced to be done remotely, the percentage saw a fall to 53%.

by Viviana Vazquez
Why Athletes Need Financial Literacy

Many up-and-coming athletes gain mainstream media attention starting in high school. Young people who receive media attention typically obtain various endorsements and an abundance of money by extension.

by Matin Varshochi
More Women are Becoming Single Homeowners

A recent study determined that 65% of single women would like to buy a house before marrying. Typically, the people who purchase homes are married couples. This is because they have a higher combined income, making it easier for them to pay the expenses of becoming a home buyer. H

by Matin Varshochi
Are Navient Student Loans Canceled?

One of the nation’s more recognizable financial aid institutions, Naivent, had to forgive the debt of 66,000 borrowers earlier this month. This decision came after a lawsuit with 39 state attorney generals determined that the student loan servicer was forcing a portion of their borrowers into costly repayment plans, which they knew they would not be able to pay off.

by Matin Varshochi
Americans Incurred an Average 2021 Holiday Debt of $1,249

Over the past holiday season, a survey done by LendingTree discovered that Americans incurred an average debt of $1,249 when shopping for holiday gifts. Although it may be important to ensure loved ones receive all the gifts they wish for, going into debt causes more harm than good.

by Matin Varshochi
How to Stick With Your Financial New Year’s Resolutions

It can be incredibly difficult to to stick with your financial New Year's resolutions. It is important to have the correct mindset and to set the right kind of goals to be successful.

by Shaun Morgan

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