If youâve been keeping your eye on real estate home listings, you mightâve seen more foreclosed properties for sale at a reduced price. With record levels of unemployment and underemployment, many homeowners are falling further behind on their mortgages. Currently, thereâs a federal moratorium on the most common mortgage programs through December 31, 2020. Unless […]
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Dating in the time of COVID-19 isnât easy. The pandemic has impacted Americans and the economy unevenly. And cities have shutdown and reopened at different rates. So depending on where you live, it can be complicated for a couple to … Continue reading →
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Are you stressed by an income reduction? Try these budgeting tips to survive a pay cut and thrive during this challenging time.
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Credit card balances edged down in December, even as consumers engaged in holiday shopping, as uncertainty about a second round of stimulus checks extended to the latter part of the month.
monkeybusinessimages/Getty ImagesHomeowners are asking for breaks on their mortgage payments in droves, as millions of Americans face the prospect of unemployment or reduced income because of the coronanvirus pandemic. But
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Minneapolis is more than just cold weather and Vikings games.
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With the stock market still in roller coaster mode and more and more companies reducing or eliminating retirement benefits, many peopleâfrom Boomers and Generation Xers to savvy Millennialsâare facing the fact that they need to seize control of their retirement financial plan. And they need to do it sooner rather than later. Boomers in particular… Read More
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As if fearing the health-related consequences of the COVID-19 coronavirus wasn’t enough, there’s also a fair amount of financial uncertainty related to recession and an unstable economy. People all across the United States are wondering how they’ll pay their bills and make ends meet as they file for unemployment and wait for a one-time stimulus… Read More
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While women have certainly made strides in many areas of the business world, when it comes to entrepreneurship, a significant gender gap remains. Around 10.2% of women between ages 18 and 64 are new entrepreneurs, a rate around three-quarters that … Continue reading →
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