If You Get Student Loan Forgiveness, Will You Owe Taxes?

If you’re among the millions of Americans who are eligible for the sweeping student loan forgiveness, your relief may be short-lived if you’re worried about owing taxes on your canceled debt. On Aug. 24, President Joe Biden announced plans to…

How to Void a Check

Quick Navigation What Is a Voided Check? How to Void a Check What to Do If You Don’t Have Checks Why You Might Be Asked to Void a Check How to Cancel a Check Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Much like…

7 Things to Do if You’re Hiding Money Problems

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11 Things to Do If Your Raise Didn’t Match Inflation This Year

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Is Buying a Refurbished iPhone or MacBook Worth It?

Unboxing a brand new iPhone, iPad or MacBook is exciting, but what if you could save some money in the process? Apple offers certified refurbished versions of its products, allowing you to pick up your favorite Apple electronics with discounts…

15 Stores That Offer Free Grocery Pickup

Grocery shopping is a necessary errand — but that doesn’t mean you have to do all the work. Grocery delivery services like Shipt and Instacart and meal subscription boxes bring food straight to your doorstep. The thing is, you’re almost…

The 6 Best Investment Apps of September 2022

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You Owe $10,000 Less on Federal Student Loans, Here’s What to Do Next

After years of speculation, millions of student loan borrowers received some excellent news today. The Biden administration announced it would forgive $10,000 of federal student loan debt for borrowers who make less than $125,000 annually. Borrowers who went to college…

Dear Penny: Why Can’t I Claim My Dead Husband’s Social Security?

Dear Penny,  My husband passed away two years ago. This year, I turned 60 and was under the impression I would be eligible for his benefits. When I called Social Security, they told me that I made too much money…

Acorns Review 2022: Micro-Investing App Pros and Cons

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