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Is Now the Right Time to Refinance My Auto Loan?

We’ve covered mortgages and home refinancing quite extensively in this space in recent months and years, especially as interest rates reached near-record lows during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this post, we’re going to talk about another major purchase that you may want to consider refinancing: your vehicle. Yes, while the price … Continue reading “Is Now the Right Time to Refinance My Auto Loan?”

7 Legitimate Ways to Make Money Online

In today’s high-tech world, it is quite possible to work from just about anywhere. In fact, thanks to the global pandemic, many people have had the opportunity to find out just how easy and convenient it is to work remotely. All you really need is a screen and a somewhat stable internet connection and you … Continue reading “7 Legitimate Ways to Make Money Online”

Student Loans Given Another Extension With No Payments and Interest Until 2022

The Department of Education has once again extended its freeze on payments and interest rates for all federal student loans through January 31, 2022. For those who have federally held student loans, this administrative forbearance means that you are getting relief from making regular payments for the third time since the pandemic began. Since the … Continue reading “Student Loans Given Another Extension With No Payments and Interest Until 2022”

10 In Demand Jobs (That Don’t Require a College Degree)

The “great resignation” is upon us. That is, millions of workers are quitting their current jobs in search of better pay, more flexibility, improved benefits and more. It’s been a constant throughout the pandemic and is helping contribute to the current worker shortage as companies struggle to fill open positions. And while much of the … Continue reading “10 In Demand Jobs (That Don’t Require a College Degree)”

Christmas + Universal Shortages = A Complicated Holiday Shopping Season

Don’t look now, but at the time of this writing, Christmas is less than 3 months away. In a normal year, this might be no big deal. Plenty of time to finish (or start) your shopping and make your holiday plans, right? But this isn’t a normal year. We’re still in the midst of a … Continue reading “Christmas + Universal Shortages = A Complicated Holiday Shopping Season”

U.S. Has A Recycling Problem – Could Maine’s New Law Provide an Answer?

Though there’s universal agreement that recycling is a very good thing, there’s a big problem associated with it: it’s not cheap – and it’s only become more expensive. For instance, up until 2018, China was actually responsible for purchasing most U.S. recyclables. Then, it banned that import. The result was a 50 percent drop in … Continue reading “U.S. Has A Recycling Problem – Could Maine’s New Law Provide an Answer?”

Open Enrollment and Employee Benefits: How to Choose the Best Package for Your Needs

If you are fortunate enough to work at a company that offers a variety of different employee benefits, you may find yourself a bit overwhelmed each year when open enrollment time is upon you. While it is a wonderful opportunity to have these amazing benefits offered to you, when it is time to evaluate which … Continue reading “Open Enrollment and Employee Benefits: How to Choose the Best Package for Your Needs”

Early Holiday Shopping Recommended as Supply Chain Disruptions Continue

It is projected that holiday shoppers in America will spend almost $1.5 trillion this year, which indicates a 7% to 9% increase over what was spent during the season in 2020. And while breaking out the credit card to get the best deals for the things on everyone’s wish list usually begins on Black Friday, … Continue reading “Early Holiday Shopping Recommended as Supply Chain Disruptions Continue”

Biden’s Disastrous Economy Exact Opposite of Trump Prosperity

The stark differences between former President Donald Trump and Joe Biden grow abundantly apparent with each passing day. The Republican strongman exceeded every campaign promise made during the run-up to the 2016 elections. By contrast, the Democrat weakling currently in office ranks among the worst liars ever to hold public office. Perhaps more concerning than … Continue reading “Biden’s Disastrous Economy Exact Opposite of Trump Prosperity”

Want a Higher Salary? Here’s How to Negotiate

When it comes to our careers, we most certainly do what we can to receive the highest pay possible. Whether you are interviewing for your dream job or have been loyal to your current gig for several years, negotiating a higher salary is something everyone should be willing and confident enough to do. When to … Continue reading “Want a Higher Salary? Here’s How to Negotiate”

On Track for $1 Million Net Worth by 40? Follow These Steps

Who wants to be a millionaire by the age of 40? No, we’re not talking about the popular TV game show, but the strategies that you can begin to implement in your twenties to reach a net worth of $1 million by the time you turn “over the hill.” It takes work, discipline, diversification of … Continue reading “On Track for $1 Million Net Worth by 40? Follow These Steps”

How to Dispute Incorrect Information on Your Credit Report

By now, most people understand how important a good credit score is when it comes to the approval of important things like a home mortgage, car loan, credit card, and more. Unfortunately, though, errors do occur that can wreak havoc if left on your credit report. That’s why it is so important to monitor your … Continue reading “How to Dispute Incorrect Information on Your Credit Report”

Start Preparing Now for Higher Home Prices… They’re Here to Stay

Throughout the pandemic, we regularly reported on how real estate morphed into a seller’s market. Due to limited inventory and a number of other factors, prices skyrocketed and often led to bidding wars among interested buyers. It’s been a great environment for sellers but a nightmarish one for buyers. And while the market has shown … Continue reading “Start Preparing Now for Higher Home Prices… They’re Here to Stay”

5 Ways to Boost Your Credit Score

A good credit score is the key to your financial success now and in the future. Your credit score should be monitored on a regular basis, and it should be a priority to keep your score as high as possible. Doing this will enable you to purchase the things you want including a home, cars, … Continue reading “5 Ways to Boost Your Credit Score”

Types of Credit Cards — and the Pros and Cons of Each

When used wisely by savvy consumers, credit cards can be an excellent resource for a variety of instances. The important thing, though, is to make sure you understand the different types, as well as the pros and cons of these credit cards. Types of Credit Cards to Consider One of the main ways consumers choose … Continue reading “Types of Credit Cards — and the Pros and Cons of Each”

You’re Almost Definitely Paying Too Much for Your Medical Bills

Never pay the first medical bill that you receive following care. At least, that’s the advice from Mashall Allen, a ProPublica reporter and author of a book about how to reduce your medical bills. And Allen could have a point. It’s estimated that up to 80 percent of all medical bills contain some sort of … Continue reading “You’re Almost Definitely Paying Too Much for Your Medical Bills”

$3.5 Trillion Spending Plan Calls for Tax Hike on Tobacco Products

It’s budget season! And in case you haven’t heard, Democrats on Capitol Hill are proposing a 10-year, $3.5 trillion spending plan that they hope will invest more in education, health care, child support and infrastructure – all while also taking steps to help offset climate change. The spending plan is likely to be divided along … Continue reading “$3.5 Trillion Spending Plan Calls for Tax Hike on Tobacco Products”


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