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Aug 30, 2019

There are so many opinions about millennials and how they are either shaping or destroying our economy.

Recent news headlines suggest millennials are being too thrifty, and thereby killing consumerism. Others say millennials are ruining their chances of buying a home and incur more debt by overspending on luxuries,...

Aug 29, 2019

You probably know that homeowners have home insurance to cover damage to their house and the contents inside. But what about people who rent apartments? After all, someone else might accidentally start a fire in one apartment that ends up burning down the whole apartment building.

In that case, you had nothing to do...

Aug 28, 2019

You earned a big raise, your side hustle took off, or you managed to find a great new job with an even greater new salary.

Now that you’ve got the big paycheck, what should you do with it?

Here are five money moves to make when you double your salary.

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Aug 27, 2019

For married couples with student loan debt, one of the most popular strategies for lowering your monthly student loan payment and potentially qualifying for more student loan forgiveness  is to file your taxes "married, filing separately". 

For both Income Based Repayment (IBR) and Pay As You Earn Repayment (PAYE), your...

Aug 26, 2019

Have you ever heard of anyone complaining about making more money? If you have, they probably grumbled about moving up a tax bracket. Many people assume that when they “move up a tax bracket” every dollar they earn is taxed at a new, higher rate leading to lower take-home pay overall.

Thankfully, that isn’t the...