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The Financial Deception Caused by Social Media

Based on the perception and display of a luxury lifestyle by many social media users, it has generated others to want to "keep up with the Joneses" without knowing that the lifestyle being displayed on social media is not the real-life truth.

by Sheena Allen
Rent vs. Own: Which Housing Option Is Best For You

Therefore, becoming a homeowner is not for everyone. Although many people believe that purchasing a home and becoming a homeowner is the best financial decision one can make, renting may be the best option for you.

by Sheena Allen
Paycheck Fairness Act Proposal Shut Down: No Required Equal Pay for Women

by Matin Varshochi
Hiring Struggles Force Employers to Pay Higher Wages

President Joe Biden announced that unemployed Americans would no longer be eligible for unemployment benefits if they turn down a suitable job. Many believe President Biden's announcement is in response to many employers complaining of hiring struggles.

by CapWay
5 Ways to Make Extra Money With Your Car

You can use your vehicle for more than just going to work, running errands, and putting gas in the tank. Instead, you can use your car to earn extra income, including ways that don't require you to drive or do any hard labor.

by Nailah Herbert
Passive Income Helps Create Financial Security

by Nailah Herbert
Ten Clever Ideas to Start Making Passive Income

Passive income can positively impact your life because you do not have to trade most of your time to earn money. Those reasons include having more financial stability, relying less on a paycheck, reducing financial anxiety, and reaching your money goals.

by CapWay
How the Book "Atomic Habits" Changed My Perspective on Finances

The New York Times Bestselling book, Atomic Habits by James Clear, changed my perspective on the importance of building good habits. I figured it would be best to implement it into one of the most important aspects of my life — my finances

by Derrick Herbert
COVID-19: Second-Draw PPP Loans

The SBA, under the CARES Act, opened applications for the third round of PPP loans on January 13 at participating community financial institutions. All lenders will accept applications from January 19 through March 31, 2021.

by CapWay
Are COVID-19 Unemployment Benefits Taxable?

There has been much confusion around whether unemployment benefits under the CARES Act are taxable or not. As an unfortunate surprise to many, the unemployment benefits are indeed taxable.

by CapWay
5 Tips for Making Ends Meet When You’ve Lost Your Job

Everyone experiences career setbacks from time to time, and while it may seem like the end of the world right now, you will get through this! All you need is a good plan. Here are some financial tips to help you make ends meet and get back on your feet.

by Gwen Payne
Tips For Parents On Cutting Costs During A Layoff

If you’re a parent, you know that raising children is expensive. If you’ve recently been laid off or are between jobs, you may be concerned about how, exactly, you’re going to stretch a bare budget to cover their needs. Here are a few things you can do.

by Gwen Payne
How to Save for Retirement When You're Self-Employed

No one plans to work forever; typically, most people wish to spend the latter years of their lives doing things they enjoy. To have fun in the later years or to live comfortably after you retire, a retirement plan must be in place to benefit from.

by Nailah Herbert
How To Plan for Retirement in Your 20's and 30's Using Your 401k Plan

The earlier you start saving, the more time your money has to grow. Making smart money decisions in your 20's and 30's can make all the difference when you are ready to retire. At an age where you are fresh into your career.

by Nailah Herbert
4 Easy Ways Stay-at-Home Parents Can Work From Home

If you’re a stay-at-home parent, you might also be in charge of managing your household’s finances. And if you’ve ever wished you could increase your savings rate without returning to full-time employment, you might be interested in working from home.

by Gwen Payne

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