If you didn’t lock in a great CD rate when interest was high and you have cash available now, there are better options for you, depending on your goals. Here are a few to consider. @CollegeInvestin@firstmilli@brokemillenial @ryan_haar
Deciding whether to take out a second personal loan depends entirely on your individual situation. But you should never take on more debt than you need. Here’s what you should consider before taking out a second personal loan. @FacetWealth@alex_gailey
During tough economic times, many people who don’t have an emergency fund are left scrambling for cash to pay everyday expenses.
If you’ve got a savings bond sitting around, should you cash it in? @HensslerGroup@alex_gailey
Here’s what you need to know about paying your taxes with a credit card, the consequences you could face in doing so, and how to determine whether it might be worth it for you this tax season. @PierreCPA@PIASCIKPromise@kendall_little_
Balance transfer credit cards offer a method of debt payoff in which you move your debt from one or in some cases multiple sources to a credit card with an introductory 0% interest rate. @kendall_little_
Students who otherwise might not qualify for help can now turn to the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) program, which originally started as part of the CARES Act in March 2020 and recently was extended through March 14, 2021. @TCFdotorg@ryan_haar
With so many other pressing financial demands, it’s completely understandable why you may scoff at the notion of retirement.
However, you’ll lock yourself into that reality if you don’t invest for retirement now, or at least soon. @brokemillenial
If you’re thinking about tapping into your home’s equity with a home equity line of credit, make sure you weigh the benefits against the potential downsides that come with this method of home equity financing. @ryan_haar