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11 Workplace Benefits Employees Want In 2023

2023 is in full swing; however, many financial struggles from 2022 are still prominent in our minds. From rising gas prices to grocery prices, people...

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The pros and cons of consolidating your student loans

People LOVE to act like student loans aren’t debt. You didn’t have the money, no matter what the circumstances, to...

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Child Tax Credit: What to Do With It?

The advanced Child Tax Credit payments have started appearing in our bank accounts and mailboxes and many people are wondering...

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Interest Rates Are So Low!

“Interest rates are so low. Should I buy a house now?”   Call in FOMO. With mortgage interest rates at...

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⚠️ Breaking News: Eviction Moratorium Update

On May 5, 2021, Judge Dabney Friedrich vacated the eviction moratorium placed in effect by the CDC: THE SITUATION: The...

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Plus Up Stimulus Payment

At this time, you should have received all of the economic stimulus payments for which you’re eligible. The first two...

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⚠️ Student Loan Forbearance Update

On Tuesday March 30, 2021, the Department of Education announced additional protections for some student loan borrowers. Before we dig...

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Are You and Your ‘Dependents’ Ready for Tax Season?

Lisa Whitley — Tax season is here and so thoughts turn to...dependents. (Presumably, you are always thinking about your beloved...

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2021 Proposed Stimulus Update

Damian Dunn — Author's Note: As of this writing, the American Rescue Plan Act had yet to be signed into...

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Tracking Down & Preparing for Your Stimulus Check

Damian Dunn — If you’re still waiting on your Economic Impact Payment (EIP), or stimulus check, you may want to consider...

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