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Credit Cards Or Debit Cards - What's The Smartest Swipe?


While credit cards offer easy budgeting, added security in case of fraud and a built-in rewards system, debit cards put a cap on spending and keep your debt in control. Find out which one is the right choice for your lifestyle!

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Advice From The Bottom: What Losing A Million Dollars Taught Entrepreneurs About Finance


A million bucks sounds, to most people, like absolute security, because being a millionaire seems like it would put you in a strong financial position for life. If your car were to break down or you lose your job, a million dollars could solve those problems pretty easily. Unfortunately, there are no guarantees in personal finance. Even a million dollars can go away quickly through a string of bad luck or poor decisions. Learn the lesson from these ex-millionaires to keep a tight grip on what you have.

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COVID-19 Stimulus Checks


Thanks to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES), stimulus checks to help with the economic impact of COVID19, are on their way to households soon. Here is what you need to know how to check your status.

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How to Stock Up Wisely, Emergency or Not


Concerns about the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (abbreviated COVID-19) mean more of us are doing what we probably should have been doing all along: washing our hands more frequently and thoroughly; staying at home when we?re sick; stocking up on food and supplies in case that stay becomes extended.

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How to Navigate Your Most Dangerous Decade


More than half the workers who entered their 50s with stable, full-time jobs were laid off or pushed out at least once by age 65, according to an analysis of employment data from 1990 to 2016 by the nonprofit newsroom ProPublica and the Urban Institute, a nonprofit think tank. Only 10% of those who lost a job ever found another that paid as much, and most never recovered financially.

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