In 2018, Bankrate addressed common financial fears and how to overcome them. Two years later, people are still facing the possibility of a financial emergency, in addition to a pandemic. All of these things are frightening but you do not have to give in to fear. Medical Emergencies: The article not only advises having a […]Read More
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Dealing with personal finances can be daunting. They could be a new venture for you or your current way of dealing with them is less than ideal. Here are some tips that can aid you in developing good personal finance habits. Use technology. Whether developing a budget, savings plan, etc. the use of technology can make life easier. App such as Mint.com or spreadsheet software like Excel can assist you in getting organized and making clutter more organized. For example, an app like Mint consolidates all your finances, accounts, and can give you a snapshot of what you’re spending, saving, and your net worth with the click of a button. Don’t make it complicated. It’s not rocket surgery. Chances are your finances are not as complicated as you think. They’re just unfamiliar, as is the process of working with them. But I assure you, you can do it. Make a […]Read More
Kiplinger.com offers suggestions for ways to spend a windfall of at least $1000. Should you find yourself with extra money you can pause and think about how to use it. These are uneasy times and one impulse would be to spend it on something fun. That is not a bad impulse because taking care of […]Read More
If the Government Pension Offset (GPO) is factored into your Social Security calculation, do you understand why?
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