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2020 Coronavirus Stimulus Checks – A $1,200 Recovery Rebate

Many Americans are feeling the upfront financial effects as the nation combats the spread of novel coronavirus. Individual Americans will be getting a “stimulus check” to offset lost wages and cover other expenses during this challenging time. If you need money fast, this rebate can provide some much-needed financial relief especially if you don’t have […]

Varo Money Review: Mobile-Only Banking with Absurdly High Interest Rate

One of the big innovations of the last few years is the emergence of cash management accounts. A lot of financial services technology companies (fintech) have started marketing banking services with their core offerings. These fintech companies partner with major banks to hold the money, to get FDIC insurance, but they offer all the services […]

The hidden value of gratitude and your money

The idea of “gratitude” has been around for quite some time. I don’t mean the simple definition of the word. I am talking about the idea that if you recognize, appreciate, develop a practice around gratitude – your life will experience marked improvements. As I write this, it’s mid-March 2020, and we are in the […]

The Hidden Reason Why Compound Interest Is So Important to Your Life

Albert Einstein once said “Compound interest is the 8th wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it; he who doesn’t, pays it.” Despite this awesome quote, compound interest remains one of the more misunderstood concepts. In fact, when I asked on Twitter, the vast majority of replies involved compound interest. We don’t have […]

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