When you are looking for ready cash to cover you in a minor emergency, Possible Finance offers up to $500 to those with a bank account in good standing. Here’s what you need to know about using Possible Finance to cover the emergency cash flow you need and pay it back over two months. Possible… Continue reading Possible Finance Personal Loan Review 2023
Depending on how complicated your tax situation is, getting all of your documents together during tax filing season each year can be stressful and time consuming. Even if you aren’t a procrastinator the deadline can sneak up on you quickly, and before you know it you are late. However, did you know that you don’t… Continue reading How & When to File an Income Tax Extension
If you find yourself scrambling to complete your tax return in the final few weeks of the tax season, you’re not alone – millions of Americans wait until the last minute to complete their returns, the Internal Revenue Service reports. There are many reasons why it’s a good idea to complete your tax return early.… Continue reading Filing Taxes Last Minute? What You Need to Know
If you sell homemade items at craft fairs on the weekends, receive tips via a phone app, or engage in some other sort of business where you accept Venmo, PayPal, Cash App, or certain other forms of payment such as mobile card readers, you probably already know you’re required to report that income to the… Continue reading Getting Paid Through an App? You Should Know About Form 1099-K
The start of a new year is the perfect time to improve your money habits and try out some of the hottest new money management products on the market. With a better handle on your finances, you can meet (or even exceed) your short and long-term goals. Whether you’d like to pay off debt, come… Continue reading Smart Money Moves to Make in 2023: Savings, CDs, & Investing
If you’re overwhelmed with debt, debt forgiveness may be an option. While it may seem like the ideal way to get out of debt, there are some pitfalls to this strategy. As long as you understand what debt forgiveness is and how it works, you can make an informed decision for your unique situation and… Continue reading Debt Forgiveness: What If You Owe the IRS at Tax Time?
Head to a typical college campus, and you’re likely to see plenty of young adults fresh out of high school. However, they aren’t the only ones preparing for a new career. About a quarter of students enrolled in public, four-year colleges were between the ages of 25 and 34 in 2019, according to the National… Continue reading Guide to Finances for Nontraditional Students
Trying to save money can be challenging. Learn some of the best ways to stop spending money to help you get your budget under control.
Worried about how your finances will survive the coronavirus pandemic? See how to handle both short-term and long-term finances in light of this crisis.
Should you save money or pay off debt? For total financial health, you want to carry little debt and have savings for emergencies and retirement. But few of us get off to a perfect start. If you’re looking at a pile of debt and no savings, which problem should you tackle first? The answer depends on several factors.