Dealing with Unemployment: Adapting and Getting the Benefits

The country has gone through one of the toughest periods in its history. Not only has the current public health crisis cost lives, but it has also taken a terrible economic toll. It’s a deadly combination of losing lives and livelihoods. But whatever doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger. That’s the attitude that many people […]

Understanding Biden’s American Rescue Plan

Joe Biden began his presidency with a revived plan to handle the economic impact of COVID-19. On March 11th, 2021, President Biden signed the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 into law. The President had many ambitious goals with his plan. He wanted to: Raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour. Repeal “right to […]

Bank Errors May Affect You More Than You Realize

Dealing with Bank Mistakes  The people at banks are human beings. They make mistakes, just like everyone else. And if you think computers at banks are unquestionably reliable, you have another thing coming. So yes, there are mistakes at banks and sometimes they can be very serious ones. This is why you, as the user, […]

The Payment Protection Plan (PPP) is Over, What’s Next?

The Payment Protection Program is Over! What’s Next? With its track record of faithfully serving Americans, the Payment Protection Program (PPP) has closed its doors. It officially ended on June 1st as the program itself ran dry of funding. At the end of May, the Small Business Association (SBA) closed its online portal due to […]

Improve Your Finances in Just an Hour

Improve Your Finances in Just an Hour
(FinancialHealth.net) – Many people believe it can take hours on end of combing through their financial records before they have their finances in order. When done right, you can improve your finances much faster. Give yourself just one hour and see how well your financial view improves. Michael Douglass, an analyst with The Motley Fool, […]

What You Need to Know About Gas Prices This Summer

(FinancialHealth)- You may have noticed that gas prices have been on the rise. With the average nearing $3/gallon, you may be wondering what this will mean for summertime when gas prices usually see a spike. Could the gas prices go even higher? A Return to Normal After a year of low gas prices with COVID, […]

The Housing Market: Going Strong or Headed for a Crash?

(FinancialHealth)- No sooner than a real estate agent sits a For Sale sign in a yard, they’re picking it right back up again–at least, that’s how it feels. Houses are selling fast–leaving consumers wondering how long this can continue. Realtor.com has reported a 17.2% increase in prices of homes with the average home costing $375,000. Let’s […]

6 AMAZING Non-Book Ways to Save Money at the Library

(FinancialHealth)- You may already know that the most common way to save money at the library is to borrow books–or even buy used books from the libraries at a vastly discounted rate. With the average trade paperback costing anywhere from $15-20, this could amount to substantial savings for readers. But saving money on book costs isn’t […]

#1 Cause of Bankruptcy in the US

What is the Leading Cause of Bankruptcy in the US?
(FinancialHealth.net) – Bankruptcy filings are usually thought to be caused by irresponsible spending habits and poor life choices. In many cases they are, but in reality, the main reason people file for bankruptcy in the United States is medical debt. Sadly, impossible-to-pay medical debt isn’t just an issue for the uninsured. Even those with Medicare, […]

Simple Ways to Reduce Your Grocery Bill…

How Can You Save The Most Money on Groceries Each Month?
(FinancialHealth.net) – A big expense in your monthly budget is likely your grocery bill. Whether you feed a family of five or it’s just two of you, some meals can be expensive to put together. One of the best ways to slash your grocery expenses is to shop at particular stores at specific times. With […]

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