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3 Simple Steps to Achieve Both Debt-Freedom and Financial Freedom

Financial freedom is achievable no matter how much debt you have and how much money you make. All you have to do is stay the course. Here are three simple steps that you can implement today to start your road to becoming debt-free and financially free.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
Affirm at Walmart – Buy Now, Pay Later and Layaway

For the past couple of years, Walmart used a layaway plan to aid people with purchasing items. However, they are now promoting an alternative to layaway for their customers by using the Affirm app.

by Nailah Herbert
Biden Proposes to Allow IRS to Watch Bank Accounts over $600

One of the American Families Plan’s goals is to allow the IRS to monitor transactions of bankers over $600 to ensure that people are not lying about their taxable income.

by Viviana Vazquez
The U.S. Economy is in a Housing Crisis. Here’s Why.

Since 2010, the average cost of a house has risen by 20%. These price increases have made it increasingly difficult for young people to be able to purchase a home.

by Nailah Herbert
Social Security Funds Are Expected to Run Out by 2033

A report released in early 2021 indicated that the money in the Social Security Trust Funds is expected to run out by 2034.

by Viviana Vazquez
How to Start Investing | Investing for Beginners

Are you ready to start investing but unsure of where to begin? Here’s what you need to know to start investing intelligently on your own.

by Viviana Vazquez
How Payroll Withholding Helps and Affects Your Pay

Payroll withholding is when a portion of your income is not included in your take-home pay. Instead, the money taken out of your paycheck is directed towards paying federal, state, or local tax authorities.

by Viviana Vazquez
Four (4) College Grants You Should Consider Applying For

If you are either an upcoming or current college student, you should constantly be looking at scholarships and grants as your first choice to pay for college instead of setting for student loans. After all, free money over student loan debt wins every time.

by Viviana Vazquez
Parents to Receive Monthly Child Tax Credit Payments Starting July 15th

The Child Tax Credit is a tax refund program offered by the government to help offset some childcare-related costs for parents. Parents will receive $3,600 per child under the age of six and a total of $3,000 per child ages six (6) through seventeen.

by Sheena Allen
Graduated and Ready to Start your Financial Journey? Here's a Financial Checklist.

Congratulations on your graduation! Whether you’re preparing to go off to college as an undergraduate, graduate school, or starting a career, it is crucial to be mindful of your financial foundation as you begin the next chapter of your life.

by CapWay
Parents who give birth in 2021 are eligible to receive an additional stimulus check.

Parents who qualify for a stimulus check are eligible to receive an extra $1,400 if they give birth anytime during 2021, according to the new COVID-19 relief bill, which Congress passed on March 10, 2021.

by CapWay
The New Child Tax Credit and How it Affects Your Family

The Child Tax Credit, also referred to as CTC, is a tax credit for parents and caregivers to claim on their taxes to help reduce their overall tax bill.

by Viviana Vazquez
Stimulus Checks Set to Start Being Deposited into Bank Accounts This Weekend

President Joe Biden signed the latest Covid Relief bill on Thursday, March 11, 2021. The $1.9 trillion package includes up to $1,400 in direct stimulus aid, additional weekly unemployment supplements of $300.

by Viviana Vazquez
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
COVID-19: $600 Stimulus Checks - Eligibility, Status, Impact on Taxes, and More.

On December 27, 2020, President Donald Trump signed the $900 billion coronavirus relief bill that included $600 checks to millions of Americans struggling financially amidst the ongoing pandemic.

by CapWay
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