What to do when your balance transfer is denied
By: Rebecca Lake
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April 27, 2021
|CreditCards.com
A balance transfer card can be a shortcut to getting out of debt faster if it means paying a lower interest rate.
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11 Steps for Paying Off Credit Card Debt in 2021
By: Nicole Spector
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April 1, 2021
|Yahoo Finance
Debt was already a significant hurdle for Americans in the years leading up to the COVID-19 pandemic; back in 2018, a study by Northwestern Mutual found that average personal debt (exclusive of home mortgages and among those with some debt) surpassed $38,000. And things continued to worsen.
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Biden tax increases threaten small businesses, experts warn
By: Brittany De Lea
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April 1, 2021
|Fox Business
Small business owners have taken a hit from the coronavirus pandemic, and now some experts are concerned that they may see their tax obligations rise as a result of proposals expected from President Biden.
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What to Do if You Get Evicted
By: Maryalene LaPonsie
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March 31, 2021
|Yahoo! News
For the millions of Americans who have filed for unemployment in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, state and federal moratoriums on evictions meant they didn't have to worry about landing on the street
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4 Ways That COVID-19 Has Helped Americans Save Money
By: Bob Haegele
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March 11, 2021
|GoBankingRates
COVID-19 has changed our entire lives seemingly overnight. Many of us who had never joined a video call before the pandemic are now Zoom background experts. But COVID-19 hasn’t just changed the way we communicate; it has also drastically impacted how we spend money.
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What the Past Year Has Taught Us About Spending Money
By: Bob Haegele
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March 10, 2021
|GoBankingRates
Spending habits are always changing in the US and elsewhere, but the past year has forced us to take a closer look at how we spend money. Many of those habits were already there, bubbling below the surface, but the pandemic has caused them to bubble over.
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