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4 Ways to Make Saving Money Work Better for You

Money management is arguably more important now than it has ever been before. And while you may not be in "savings mode" right now as you tap into various accounts to make ends meet if you've been impacted by the pandemic, there will come a day in the hopefully not-too-distant future where we can all regroup and get back to the master financial plans that we all strive for. Any financial plan should include some savings goal to set yourself up well into the future. But saving money is about much more than just putting aside a certain sum of ...Continue reading

The Tax Breaks You Need to Know About Right Now

Right now, the deadline to file your income taxes is July 15, however there are indications that another extension may be coming. Just this past week, the U.S. Treasury Department indicated that it may extend the filing deadline into the fall, which will give Americans more time as positive COVID-19 cases across the country rise. More time would be a good thing, as tens of millions of Americans have been impacted financially by the pandemic and would be able to take more time to fish for tax breaks to help offset some of the burden. Even if you've already filed ...Continue reading

Minneapolis is Seeing an All-Out EXODUS by Businesses Owners

Minneapolis did nothing to quell the violent riots that shook the city last month other than vote to disband the city's police department. Given that fact, it's no surprise that recent statistics show people are either desperately trying to get out of town or have already taken concrete steps towards moving. A mid-June search of leading real estate website Zillow revealed that nearly 25% of all homes for sale and a whopping 43% of all apartments for rent in Minneapolis were listed after the recent, violent riots. The results are only getting worse, as a similar search from the last ...Continue reading

Pentagon Outs Companies Owned By Chinese Military

The U.S. Department of Defense recently published a list of 20 companies that are fronts for Communist China's military. “As the People's Republic of China attempts to blur the lines between civil and military sectors, ‘knowing your supplier’ is critical,” Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Rath Hoffman said. “We envision this list will be a useful tool for the U.S. Government, companies, investors, academic institutions, and like-minded partners to conduct due diligence with regard to partnerships with these entities.” Beijing has been panned by the Pentagon and White House officials for forcibly expanding Communist Party influence under the guise of international trade. ...Continue reading

What’s Going to Happen with Student Loans Now?

Under the CARES Act that was passed to help Americans offset the difficulties faced by the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the big beneficiaries were those with student loan debt. Specifically, the CARES Act deferred student loan debt from March through September, meaning that no interest would be accrued during this time and payment would be deferred until fall. Now, with the country in the midst of a recession and the COVID-19 pandemic dragging into the summer months with no real signs of an end, many are wondering what will happen to student loan debt as we inch closer to the ...Continue reading

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