What to do if you can’t open a bank account
By: Sarah Sharkey
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July 24, 2020
|Bankrate
f you are struggling to open a bank account, you aren’t alone. Many consumers are unable to open bank accounts if they have a history of mismanaging their funds. No matter what circumstances brought you to this point, there are still options.
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Best credit monitoring services for 2020
By: Rebecca Lake
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July 23, 2020
|CreditCards.com
Credit card identity theft is on the rise. These services can help you monitor your credit and catch mistakes as early as possible.
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8 Things That Will Get More Expensive (and 3 Things That Will Be Cheaper) Post-Pandemic
By: Charu Suri
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July 21, 2020
|Reader's Digest
COVID-19 is affecting the cost of many everyday items from the price of eggs to car insurance.
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Best ways to refinance Parent PLUS student loans
By: Aly Yale
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July 17, 2020
|Fox 10 Phoenix
Parent PLUS Loans are just one of many student loan options available through the U.S. federal government. Unlike others, though, these are taken out by a parent of the student attending school — not the student themselves.
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Credit Card Debt Is Down During COVID-19. Here’s Why
By: Robin Saks Frankel
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July 17, 2020
|Forbes
Credit card debt in the United States has plummeted since the COVID-19 crisis started, according to the most recent data from the Federal Reserve. The decline may seem counterintuitive given the pandemic’s effect on the economy.
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How to Invest For Your Kids and Teach Them to Invest Themselves
By: Lou Carlozo, Paulina Likos
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July 17, 2020
|Yahoo! News
Many parents are anxious about providing for their children into adulthood but they can start to share this duty by gradually incorporating their kids into money management decisions.
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