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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 … Continue reading “25 Percent of Americans Don’t Know WHAT About Their Mortgage?”

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 … Continue reading “What to do Until that Second Stimulus Check Arrives”

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 … Continue reading “The 3 Most Common Financial Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)”

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 … Continue reading “A Work From Home Tax: Is it a Real Possibility?”

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 … Continue reading “Biden Could Make America Poor Again Through HEAVY Taxation”

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 … Continue reading “Could the Next COVID Stimulus Really Not Come Until January?”

$15 Minimum Wage Closer Than Ever with Biden Presidency: Will it Happen?

$7.25 per hour. That’s the current federal minimum wage, a number that has not changed in more than a decade despite calls from the public and lawmakers, including former President Barrack Obama. In fact, in 2019, the Democrat-majority U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill known as Raise the Minimum Wage Act, which called for … Continue reading “$15 Minimum Wage Closer Than Ever with Biden Presidency: Will it Happen?”

Biden-Harris Plan to Roll Back Gains Made by Blue-Collar Families

The fake news media touts Joe Biden’s false promise to unite the country. But the realities are that liberals and political elites are again able to put their boot heels on the economic opportunities of working Americans. Biden and Kamala Harris are about to use every power-tool in the shed to make Americans weak and … Continue reading “Biden-Harris Plan to Roll Back Gains Made by Blue-Collar Families”

It’s the Open Enrollment Period – and it’s More Important Than Ever

It’s estimated that more than 150 million Americans rely on healthcare coverage offered by their employer. And being that tens of millions of Americans are now out of work thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent economic recession, employer-offered healthcare should certainly not be taken for granted during this Open Enrollment period. For many, the … Continue reading “It’s the Open Enrollment Period – and it’s More Important Than Ever”

Lowes, Target, and More are Hiring for the Holiday Rush

Despite Joe Biden’s prediction that the country is facing a “dark winter” because of the pandemic, others are not so pessimistic. Take Lowe’s, for example. Headquartered in Mooresville, North Carolina, Lowe’s is a retail company specializing in home improvement. Lowe’s has over 1,700 locations coast to coast in the U.S. and over 470 stores in … Continue reading “Lowes, Target, and More are Hiring for the Holiday Rush”

Americans Are STILL Ready and Willing to Shop This Season

Economic recession? Global pandemic? Public health crisis? It’s not going to stop Americans from hitting up retail stores to spend their hard-earned money, at least according to fall retail data and holiday spending forecasting. And being that the holiday shopping season is literally right around the corner, this continuous desire to shop is the bit … Continue reading “Americans Are STILL Ready and Willing to Shop This Season”

New York City’s Rent Crisis Continues to Get Worse

There is another pandemic-influenced disaster looming in New York. Proving that no good deed ever goes unpunished, Governor Andrew Cuomo’s protection of tenants from evictions is bankrupting landlords. As renters struggle, thousands in New York City have not paid full rent for months. Others have simply pulled up stakes and fled the pandemic as well … Continue reading “New York City’s Rent Crisis Continues to Get Worse”

The Female Worker Recession No One is Talking About

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll globally, devastating the economy and certain industries – some obviously more than others. But the pandemic-induced recession is a little bit different from previous ones that we’ve endured throughout history. In fact, one of the more notable things amid the economic fallout from this recession is how much … Continue reading “The Female Worker Recession No One is Talking About”

Inside the New Bipartisan Retirement Bill

The 2020 General Election is just days away, and one of the more significant things that has gotten seemingly lost in the shuffle in the final days of this campaign is a rather important bill that has drawn bipartisan support in Congress. And while it’s technically characterized as a “retirement bill,” it has major implications … Continue reading “Inside the New Bipartisan Retirement Bill”

Buying Votes? Biden Dangles Social Security Benefits Increase

Social Security continues to be an important source of retirement income. Increases in monthly checks are linked to the consumer price index, which have lagged behind what seniors spend most of their income on. So, for 2021 it appears the best recipients can hope for is just a one percent increase, the lowest in years. … Continue reading “Buying Votes? Biden Dangles Social Security Benefits Increase”

Biden “Guarantees” Middle Class “Won’t Pay a Penny More” in Taxes

Democrat candidate Joe Biden has repeatedly pledged that he will “absolutely” not raise taxes on any American who earns less than $400,000. However, policy analyst Taylor LaJoie at the Tax Foundation, observed, “We and other analysts across the political spectrum concluded that the tax increases proposed by the Biden-Harris campaign…would to some extent fall on … Continue reading “Biden “Guarantees” Middle Class “Won’t Pay a Penny More” in Taxes”

California Gets One Step Closer to Forcing Uber and Lyft Out of the State

One would think California’s left-leaning politicians have better things to do than dump on the state’s already fragile economy. Sadly, it seems that this isn’t the case. The California Court of Appeals has ruled that Uber and Lyft can no longer classify their drivers as contractors. Rather, they must be considered employees who are entitled … Continue reading “California Gets One Step Closer to Forcing Uber and Lyft Out of the State”

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