Beware Stimulus and Tax Scams

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It’s stimulus season and tax season at once, and scammers couldn’t be happier. They know that taxpayers are eager to get their hands on their stimulus payments and tax refunds. As consumers are working to file their taxes before the May 17 deadline, all that paperwork and payments mean people may be letting their guard Read More »

Will I Be Getting a Second Stimulus Check?

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After eight months of negotiations, the Senate has finally passed a bipartisan deal on a new coronavirus stimulus plan. The $900 billion economic relief package will deliver emergency aid to a trampled economy and provide struggling Americans with desperately needed funds. The bill will put $325 billion toward business relief in an effort to revive Read More »

Tracking Holiday Spending Keeps Seasonal Stress Down

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Nothing is more heartwarming than seeing your loved ones’ faces light up when they open that perfect gift you gave them. Tyler’s new bike, Olivia’s new tablet and that gift card to mom and dad’s favorite steak place all add up to wonderful holiday memories… until the credit card statements show up. The holidays will Read More »

How to Celebrate Thanksgiving During COVID-19

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It’s turkey season! But this year, due to the COVID-19 environment we’re experiencing, the holiday festivities will look a bit different than before. With some precautionary measures and careful planning, though, you can celebrate Thanksgiving in the era of the coronavirus without compromising on your health or safety. Here’s how: Planning a Thanksgiving dinner  If Read More »