Tag: debt

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Breaking Bank: How Bankruptcy Affects Inheritances and Estate Plans

Bankruptcy affects hundreds of thousands of Americans every year, and it leaves many of them in the lurch when it comes to their inheritances. In this blog post, we discuss some of the consequences bankruptcy has on people’s ability to...

/ May 8, 2018
What is a Lien?

What is a Lien?

You may have heard the term “lien” thrown around, particularly in the context of debt collection. But what is a lien? How do you file one, and how do you get rid of one? Take a look at our answers...

/ May 18, 2017
7 Things to Do With Your Tax Refund

7 Things to Do With Your Tax Refund [Infographic]

Receiving an income tax refund generally means that too much was withheld from your paycheck throughout the year. But if you prefer getting that yearly “bonus” to adjusting your tax forms, we have a few suggestions for how the money...

/ March 1, 2017
5 Ways to Improve Your Finances

5 Ways to Improve Your Finances in 2017

As a new year begins, it’s often the time to make resolutions. Some people want to lose weight or quit smoking while other want to get into great financial shape. If you want to get your finances in order this...

/ January 5, 2017
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Retirement Saving Tips for Millennials

Between student loan debt and high living expenses, millennials are faced with unique financial challenges. However, this shouldn't stop them from investing in their retirement today.

/ May 17, 2016
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7 Things to Do With Your Tax Refund

According to the IRS, over 70% of Americans can look forward to a tax refund averaging $2,800 this year. Here are 7 ideas for how to use your tax refund.

/ February 25, 2016