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3 Types of Checks the IRS Issued This July and Who Got Them

The IRS has been keeping busy this summer by not only sending out millions of individual income tax return refunds, but also three additional types of checks that many Americans are set to receive. Some will get this additional money via direct deposit and others will receive a check for their payment. Here are the details about the three different types of checks from the Internal Revenue Service and who is entitled to the compensation this summer. #1: Advance Child Tax Credit Due to the American Rescue Act, all eligible families are provided with an enhanced child tax credit, which ...Continue reading

5 Financial Lessons Recent College Grads Have to Learn Now

While a good bit is definitely learned in college, unless finance or business was the main course of study, recent grads may need a little help when it comes to how to manage money, approach credit, and remain as debt-free as possible. Here are five financial tips for those who have recently graduated to help make the most of available income and resources for a bright financial future. Keep Track of Spending It may sound like a no-brainer, but the first step in gaining financial freedom is to ensure that your income exceeds your expenses at all times. Creating a ...Continue reading

3 EASY Ways to Lower Your Monthly Bills as the Economy Staggers

If you are like most people, a little extra money in your bank account can always come in handy. That being said, wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could have a few extra dollars left over each month without having to make drastic lifestyle and budget changes? With these simple tips, you can increase your bank account by lowering your monthly bills. And you won’t even have to sacrifice or make any drastic budget changes at all. Here’s how. Refinance Loans – A simple rule of thumb is that if you are paying interest on something; you’re paying too much. ...Continue reading

Summer Activities That Can Help (and Hurt) Your Taxes

Weddings. Vacations. Summer camps. What do the aforementioned three activities have in common? Answer: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and various gathering restrictions, there were very few of them in 2020. But now that vaccines are here, gathering limits have been largely lifted and everything is back open again. Even with ongoing challenges from COVID variants, the likes of weddings, vacations and summer camps are back on in 2021. And while you may not associate "taxes" with weddings, vacations and summer camps, these all can have an impact on how much you either owe or receive from Uncle Sam come ...Continue reading

College Tuition Insurance: is it Actually Helpful?

It seems like there's an insurance policy for everything these days. In addition to the basic policies like homeowners, auto and life insurance, you can purchase policies on rental cars, rental bikes, rental properties, vacations and more. One type of insurance that's beginning to increase in popularity is college tuition insurance. Being that schools only offer insurance/refunds themselves on a limited basis, more students and parents are taking matters into their own hands to ensure they're not out of thousands of dollars should a withdrawal occur. College is expensive and only getting more expensive. Even as coronavirus concerns continue with ...Continue reading

The Fed Wants You to Work More and Earn Less

The Fabian Society, Machiavelli, and Sun Tzu all had one thing in common. They pondered the philosophy of waging all-out war without the use of force. Their techniques were, first and foremost, about deception, manipulating the language, ideological subversion, and the slow and steady erosion of morals and standards until the enemy is passive, morally compromised, and thoroughly dependent. This, we submit to you, is the way the so-called American Left has proven itself time and time again to intend to win, carve up, and hand the United States over to their foreign benefactors. Most people would ask, who are ...Continue reading


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