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25 Percent of Americans Don’t Know WHAT About Their Mortgage?

For many Americans, paying bills simply has become routine. In other words, we don't really think as much about many of the bills we have on a monthly basis and instead set up automatic online payments or set reminders to take care of things at a certain period each month. While efficient, this isn't always the best path to take, and the reason is that everyone should have a better understanding of what they're paying and what certain terms of such are. For example, according to a recent survey from Bankrate.com, it's estimated that nearly a quarter of all Americans ...Continue reading

What to do Until that Second Stimulus Check Arrives

You could make the argument that some sort of financial assistance has never been more important than it is now since the COVID-19 pandemic reached American shores. Cases are surging throughout the country, states are reimposing restrictions on certain businesses and activities to help curb the spread, and as a result, unemployment claims are almost sure to go up again in the near-term. And despite positive vaccine developments and things likely normalizing by spring 2021, Americans can't wait until the recovery is in full swing. Many of them need help right now. Unfortunately, passing another stimulus bill right now doesn't ...Continue reading

The 3 Most Common Financial Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)

As the economy recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, it's going to be more important than ever to be vigilant with your finances. Most Americans were not at all prepared for the hardships they endured during the economic lockdowns -- often due to poor but extremely common financial decisions. On this note, we thought it would be fitting to tackle what financial advisors say are the three most common financially-related mistakes that they see and how to avoid them. Here's a closer look: Mistake #1: Living Beyond Your Means Regardless of your age, living beyond your means can be a real ...Continue reading

A Work From Home Tax: Is it a Real Possibility?

With COVID-19 cases rising nationally once again and more lockdowns either currently in place or becoming more imminent, one of the ideas that some have floated in order to keep the economy moving forward is the concept of a work from home tax. Specifically, the concept was put forth by Deutsche Bank as a way of aiding in the economic recovery when the pandemic is under control, which looks to be as soon as spring 2021. Basically, the proposal is to levy a 5 percent tax on Americans who continue to work remotely once the pandemic is over, with the ...Continue reading

Biden Could Make America Poor Again Through HEAVY Taxation

President Donald Trump resurrected the American Dream by cutting taxes, reworking trade deals, and bringing back job opportunities. If Joe Biden wins the White House based on the Dec. 14 Electoral College vote, his tax policy could make America poor, again. The Biden tax plan bears a striking resemblance to debilitating policies of the Obama years. That’s no accident. The Obama-Biden administration were staunch advocates of raising taxes on those they targeted as “the rich.” From 2009 through 2016, that included any household that earned $250,000. Many of those families were small and mid-sized business owners who created jobs and ...Continue reading

Could the Next COVID Stimulus Really Not Come Until January?

When stimulus talks broke down earlier this fall, President Donald Trump instructed Congress to pivot from finalizing such an agreement to working to confirm his Supreme Court Justice pick, Amy Coney Barrett. President Trump tweeted that stimulus talks would resume following the November 3 General Election after he won a second term. Though Trump has yet to concede to Joe Biden and is taking legal measures to challenge the outcome of the election, his chances of overturning ballot counts remain highly unlikely. And just as the focus shifted to Amy Coney Barrett, much of the focus is now on the ...Continue reading

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