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4 Things Most of Our Parents Didn't Teach Us About Money

Unfortunately, a lesson or conversation that is often not had between parents and children is around money, therefore, leading to many people's lack of financial literacy.

by CapWay
COVID-19 Stimulus Check: Eligibility, Check Status, and Entering Bank Info

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has started sending out COVID-19 stimulus checks, also known as the Economic Impact Payment, via direct deposit to millions of Americans. You can now use the IRS portal to "Get My Payment" status.

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Savings vs. Investing - Beating Inflation

Saving and investing are both important when you want to secure your financial future. But you will need to understand when it is best to invest and when it is best to save.

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File Your Tax Return and Get Ahead Financially

On January 24, 2022, people can begin filing their federal tax returns for the 2021 tax year. Individual income tax preparation can be tricky, and it is essential that all of the values included when filing your return are accurate.

by Nailah Herbert
Five (5) Frugal Valentine's Day Ideas

Today we celebrate love, happiness, and positivity, not an empty bank account. Please, don't break the bank on those you love. Trust me; there are a million ways to show someone you love them without spending a dime.

by Nailah Herbert
Five Ways to Achieve Your Savings Goals

Many people set money aside for an emergency fund to prepare for anything that could happen. However, if achieving your savings goals is something you struggle with, some techniques you can use are creating a monthly budget, reaching out to a financial advisor, and setting up an automatic transfer to help your goals become easier to attain.

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5 Ways to Save Money During a Recession

Whether in an official recession or constantly hearing economists and financial experts in the media mention that we are heading towards one, what does a recession mean for me and my money?

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Five Money-Saving Travel Tips for Out-of-State College Students

If you are a college student that lives far away from home, you may feel overwhelmed by thinking about travel expenses. As a college student, funds may be limited.

by Nailah Herbert
How to Avoid Overspending on Holiday Gifts

Buying gifts for the people in your life can make you feel good, but your pockets can be left in bad shape if your gifts lead you to take on credit card debt or mess up your budget.

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Ownership and Its Role in Financial Freedom

It seems like everyone is talking ownership these days, and we're here for it! The ownership conversation is around having more control over your ability to build wealth.

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How to Increase Your Assets

Assets are valuable tangible and non-tangible items that you own. Assets can range from cash in a checking or savings account to a digital asset such as an NFT. All assets have monetary value, and sometimes their value will increase over time.

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6 Ways to Take Control of Your Finances

Good financial habits are key to bettering your personal finance. Controlling your money takes discipline and implementing effective practices. Not everyone will have control of their money, but steps can be taken to get there.

by Nailah Herbert
3 Questions To Ask Before Choosing Any Bank Product

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You May Need to Fire Your Bank Account

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How to Choose The Best Bank Product

by Nailah Herbert

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