How the Changing Seasons Affect Your Wallet

Seasonal Expenses to Expect Around the Year

Seasonal expenses typically occur each year, but they can still come as a surprise if there’s no extra room in your budget. It becomes especially difficult to manage cash emergencies when you’re living paycheck to paycheck. If you’re frequently in need of fast cash for unplanned expenses, it may help […]

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Common Fraud Strategies and Tips to Avoid Falling for Scams

Funding Scams, Red Flags and Other Fraud to Avoid

In 2018, $1.48 billion was lost due to fraud in the United States, according to data published by the Federal Trade Commission. Online fraud is constantly evolving, so it’s essential to stay up-to-date on the latest tactics that scammers use to mislead and dupe unsuspecting targets. Sometimes, a fraudster may […]

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5 Tax Deductions You Can’t Forget

5 Tax Deductions to Remember

When tax season arrives, there is an urgency in the air. The sooner you get it done, the sooner you get your return (and avoid the April 15th rush). But what if in all the hurry you miss out on prime opportunities to increase your return? There are currently dozens […]

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Tools, Resources and Apps to Measure Your Financial Health

Easy Ways to Measure Your Financial Health

Staying on top of your personal finances can be challenging. After all, everyone makes mistakes, and financial health often takes a back seat to other priorities like paying rent. In fact, according to the Financial Health Network, only 29% of people in the U.S. were financially healthy in 2019. Want […]

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What the US Capitol Could Have Looked Like

The US Capitol is the heart of American political life in Washington. This “symbol of the American people and their government” was originally completed in 1800. The building was chosen through a competition to design a meeting place for the United States Congress – and, as the losing entries show, […]

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