Rarely have we heard anything positive as a result of COVID-19 with regards to personal finances, however, those who are paying back federal student loans are catching a bit of a break. The CARES Act stopped all federal student loan payments from March 13, 2020 to December 31, 2020. On Biden’s first day in office, … Read more A Break For Student Loan Borrowers
Paying for college isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach. Every family will have a unique path that leads to the best option, but almost everyone that attends college pieces financing together from multiple sources. Just like when you invest and should diversify your funds, the same is true of planning for college – don’t put all of … Read more Paying for College
Retirement planning sounds overwhelming, right? If you’re in your 20s or even 30s retirement feels like a lifetime away, so why bother? What if we told you now is the perfect time to invest? The longer you wait, the harder it is to have the retirement savings you need and/or want. Many people need as … Read more Retirement Planning for Beginners – What You Should Know
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed how we view our financial priorities. Now more than ever we need to take a second look at the fine print on our health insurance policies. If your monthly health insurance bill is something you pay and forget, and if the booklet explaining your coverage went straight to the bottom … Read more Is Your Health Insurance Pandemic Proof?