Debt Settlement VersUS Bankruptcy – What’s Right for You?

Gina Freeman
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If your financial problems are serious, you might consider debt settlement or bankruptcy. Learn how to decide which solution is right for you.

How Did Consumers Pay Last Year’s Tax Bills?

Gina Freeman
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moneyrates.com surveyed 500 consumers about the results of their 2018 tax preparation. Respondents answered questions about their bottom line. So how do people pay their tax bills? The answers may surprise you.

Take These Steps to Recover Financially From A Hurricane

Rebecca Lake
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A hurricane can be disruptive to your finances in several ways. Learn some of the most helpful steps to take in recovering financially from a hurricane or another natural disaster.

Why Do I Need to Open A Checking Account?

Richard Barrington
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How can a checking account manage your finances? Find out the benefits of a checking account, and how to get those benefits without paying for them.

Six Months to Christmas – How to Save Money to Avoid Holiday Debt

Richard Barrington
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Tired of the cycle of debt that follows the holidays every year? See why now, six months before Christmas, is the best time to break that cycle.

Retirement for Millions Impacted By Opioids

Richard Barrington
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Think the opioid crisis is just a healthcare problem? Read about the lasting financial consequences that can also result from opioid addiction.

Plan to Work Longer? Check With Your Employer

Richard Barrington
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Think working longer is the solution to falling behind on your retirement saving? While this plan has merit in theory, you may find headwinds that prevent you from being able to work beyond normal retirement age.

Why Mom and Dad’s Budget Doesn’t Fit Millennials

Richard Barrington
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Struggling with the challenges of millennial finances? Recognizing how these challenges differ from those faced by prior generations is the first step toward coping with their financial environment.

On Track for A Retirement-Savings Shortfall?

Richard Barrington
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Are you saving enough for retirement? The answer may surprise you. More than 40 percent of American households are on track for a retirement savings shortfall. See what you can do to avoid that fate.

What Credit Score Can Tell You About Your Lover

Richard Barrington
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Do you know your lover’s credit score? See how this information can be very revealing, especially if you plan for the relationship to get serious.

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