5 Wellness Habits You Can Embrace This Year

Health experts recommend that people evaluate and plan their wellness objectives at the beginning of every year. The strategy enables them to develop better schedules and reflect on their achievements. Besides, they get the opportu...

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New Poll: Does your grocery have more empty shelves?

The new year hasn't stopped ongoing food shortages. Shortages at grocery stores across the country have grown more acute in recent weeks as omicron continues to spread and winter storms have piled on to the supply chain st...

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The Universal Basic Income Proposal Will Shock You

WASHINGTON — Universal basic income (UBI) is a government program in which every adult citizen receives a set amount of money regularly. The goals of a basic income system are to alleviate poverty and replace other need-bas...

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Helpful New Year Money Tips for 2022

As the holiday season continues and the remaining days of the year dwindle away, many people consider what they can do over the next year to improve their financial situation in 2022. Besides any New Years' resolutions, the continued econ...

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Hoping for Lower Interest Rates? Why Waiting to Buy a Home Could Cost You

Since the onset of the pandemic, the real estate market has seen some dramatic changes. People are spending more time in their homes. They're looking for ideal remote work settings. Both indoor and outd...

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Is America in a State of Decline?

Almost 80% of Americans think the U.S. is in "a state of decline." Do you agree? A poll from the Trafalgar Group in conjunction with Convention of States Action showed 76.8% of Americans believe "American society and culture is in a state of...

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Prepare Yourself: Student Loan Payments Resuming Soon

If you are one of the nearly 43 million Americans with student loan debt, you should take steps to prepare for the resumption of repayments. The pause in student loan payments will end in May. While the Biden administrat...

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Why People Are Up In Arms Over The Monthly Child Tax Credit

The COVID-19 pandemic caused a tremendous amount of economic turmoil and the finances of average, everyday people suffered as a result. To help combat this, the federal government began offering monthly tax credits ...

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25 Holiday Gift Ideas For Zilch, Nada, Cero, FREE!!!

In case you are late shopper (like me) and/or short on dough! (also like me), we scoured the web for the best ideas that cost nothing, or nearly nothing. Check them out: 1. Offer your DIYer services – housecleaning, car ...

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Important Bills Piling Up? Tips for Finding the Money You Need

Even before the pandemic, many people struggled to pay necessary bills, such as housing rental or mortgage costs, utilities and automobile insurance. Their incomes weren't high enough to keep up with inflation o...

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New FICO Model Increases Credit Scores

Your FICO credit score increased and it has nothing to do with any change in your own personal credit situation. Check your Credit Scores for free! by clicking here The company that maintains the FICO scoring model is making its la...

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Housing Opportunities Available for your Immediate Use

Many of our readers are already well-versed in local and national housing programs, but there are always some programs that slip under the radar. Our goal is to bring some lesser-known programs and deals to light so you c...

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Unemployment Benefits Could Change for Fired / All Employees

Find Your Updated Unemployment Benefits by clicking here. You may be eligible to receive the newest $1400 Stimulus Check! In recent memory, there hasn't been anything in the American mainstream so inherently div...

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It's Time for a New Cell Phone and Plan!

Did you know that you can get a a new cell phone and very low rate plan if you already qualify for one of these: - Food Stamps or SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) - Medicaid - Supplemental Security Income (SSI) - Fede...

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Housing Struggles: How to Pay Rent When You're Seemingly Out of Options

The pandemic and other national and world events have made it difficult for a large number of people to pay their bills on time. Instead of using their time and energy to maintain and improve their overal...

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Has Your Expenditure Been So High? Here's How to bring it down

As a business owner, you need money to keep your business operating. For example, you need cash to pay your rental space, employees, utility bills, taxes, and any other expenses associated with running a business...

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How to Get Personal Grants from the Government

The US government has been providing money to help households, especially during the pandemic. It gives grants meant for building new homes, daycare, college fees, among many other things. If you are interested in getting the fu...

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Unemployed? How to Get Utility Assistance from the Federal Government

When you become unemployed, suddenly the world you once navigated easily seems more uncertain. Everyday expenses are increasingly harder to manage and if you weren't given severance pay, it might be hard to...

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