An Overview of Filial Responsibility Laws

Taking care of aging parents is something you may need to plan for, especially if you think one or both of them might need long-term care. One thing you may not know is that some states have filial responsibility laws … Continue reading →

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From Bankruptcy to Paying $22,000 Cash for a Car

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I was recently a guest on the Masters of Money podcast.  One of the statements Phil made was “Wait a minute.  How does one go from declaring bankruptcy to paying $22,000 cash for a car?” I had never really looked at my journey in that way.  But, when I thought about it, I realized – … Read More about From Bankruptcy to Paying $22,000 Cash for a Car

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What Is Austerity?

Austerity policies are nothing new. But talk about them in the news has recently escalated. In response to its ongoing debt crisis, the Greek government is preparing to implement austerity measures aimed at helping the country regain its financial footing. … Continue reading →

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Managing Your Finances When Living Paycheck to Paycheck

It is never ideal for a person to live paycheck to paycheck. And if the idea of living paycheck to paycheck sounds stressful, imagine actually living life this way. Many people who don’t have a high-paying job have to find a way to live comfortably, and learning to manage your finances is a great start. […]

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These Amex Offers will save you money and make your life easier – The Points Guy

The coronavirus pandemic has changed how we travel, use credit cards and more. You’ve probably had to cancel or reschedule an upcoming trip. You’re likely working from home and physically distancing yourself from others. You’ve probably checked your investments and been disappointed. Your spending habits potentially look very different than they did six months ago. …

How Does Cash Back Work?

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5 Savvy Money Moves to Make This Year

The following is a guest post from The Savvy Couple. As much as we don’t like to admit it, money is a very important tool that can be used to better our lives. So why don’t we take better care of managing it? Luckily, there are some savvy money moves that you can make this… Read More

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