Wise Ways to Use Your Stimulus Check

With the pandemic persistence, the government is doing an excellent job of stimulating the economy. The third stimulus check is the biggest one so far, with each eligible individual receiving $1,400 to take them through the harsh economic times. This is quite a good amount, and you can easily be tempted to splurge the check […]

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Tips to Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck

Are you tired of always wondering if you’ll be able to stretch your paycheck every two weeks? Do you long for a time when you can have financial freedom and not get into debt to pay for unseen emergencies? Saving money and adopting new habits can help you escape the paycheck-to-paycheck cycle. One important step […]

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Payday Loans 101: Everything You Need to Know

Don’t let cash flow constraints be the reason you miss out on opportunities. If you’re ever in a bind, in need of some quick cash to fund a significant life expense, or there is an urgent financial need that needs to be dealt with quickly, taking out a payday loan is a strategy you can […]

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5 Tips for Budgeting Success!

Living life on a shoestring budget can be hard, but believe it or not, it’s not impossible. There are little things you can do to say organized and get your through to the next check without over-spending and creating more money problems. Here are 5 tips for budgeting success! #1 Figure out your monthly bill/rent […]

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Short-term loans are not intended to be long-term financial solutions. Customers with credit difficulties should seek credit counseling. A single payday advance is typically for two to four weeks. However, borrowers often use these loans over a period of months, which can be expensive.

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