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Nov 30, 2020 Holiday Spending Statistics for 2020
Rather than shopping in department stores and visiting Santa at the mall, this year’s holiday season is going to look a little different. You’ll likely be spending more time with your closest loved ones and exchanging gifts you ordered...
Nov 27, 2020 Options for Teacher Student Loan Forgiveness
Loan forgiveness is a trade-off. It’s about incentivizing graduates to work in low paying or otherwise undesirable positions in exchange for erasing or significantly reducing their student loan balance. Without these programs, important comm...
Nov 26, 2020 4 Reasons to Show Gratitude for Financial Blessings in 2020
Ahhh 2020 — what a year! If you’re like most people, 2020 has not gone quite as you expected it, way back in January. Tens of millions of people (or more) have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, either physically,... Full Story The post 4 Rea...
Nov 25, 2020 Gratitude in A Difficult Year
This year took so many twists and turns we haven’t been able to keep count– often leaving us in complete overwhelm with a whirlwind of thoughts and emotions. Grief, anxiety, and sheer disappointment are just a handful that comes to... Full Story T...
Nov 24, 2020 Avoiding Investor Mistakes
Many new investors have started investing, either through a traditional securities brokerage or with one of the new “app” based brokerage firms. No matter how long you’ve been an investor, or whichever firm you choose to buy your investment from,....
Nov 21, 2020 Employee Roundup: Ways to Creatively and Safely Celebrate the Holid...
2020 has been an unprecedented and challenging year for many of us. I had my first child this year and it’s difficult coming to terms that her first Christmas just won’t be the big event we’d all love it to... Full Story The post...
Nov 20, 2020 7 Money Steps to Take Before 2021
With the end of the year rapidly approaching, it’s a good time to take stock of your financial situation as you head into 2021. 2020 has been a strange year, and a difficult year for many people. With many people’s... Full Story The post 7 Money S...
Nov 20, 2020 Should I Cash Out My 401k to Pay Off Debt?
Paying off debt may feel like a never-ending process. With so many potential solutions, you may not know where to start. One of your options may be withdrawing money from your retirement fund. This may make you wonder, “should I... Full Story The ...
Nov 19, 2020 Why You Need to Open a UGMA/UTMA Account for Your Kids
Saving and investing for college expenses may seem overwhelming, but setting aside even small amounts can give your child a head start. While many people are aware of tax-efficient investing accounts like 529 plans, you may not know about UGMA/UTM...
Nov 12, 2020 Which Companies Offer Discounts for Students
For most college students, trying to save money is a way of life. Whether it’s pirating textbooks, dumpster diving for food, or “borrowing” toilet paper from the library bathroom, students tend to find clever ways to pinch pennie...
Nov 10, 2020 How to Financially Prepare for Post-Pandemic Life
As the dust slowly begins to settle and we observe businesses putting their action plans in place to recover, we all sit and wonder what this may look like for us. How will I recover from this? How am I... Full Story The post How to Financially Pr...