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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources for Financial Relief & More
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We have developed a comprehensive list of resources by category. Use this as a guide for navigating these times financially and otherwise.
Should You Stop Paying Your Student Loans in Forbearance?
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The possibility of student loan forgiveness is on the horizon, so should you stop making payments on your own loans? That depends, but let’s take a look at where we stand so far: On the campaign trail, then-candidate Joe Biden promised to wipe out at least $10,000 for student loan borrowers. Now that he’s president, […]

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What is Financial Therapy?
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Financial therapy is a relatively new field that combines the emotional support of a psychologist with the money mindset of a financial planner. Seeing a financial therapist can allow clients to begin to process their underlying feelings about money, while working out plans for retirement, savings, investments and other goals. Financial therapists (sometimes referred to […]

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Class calculator: Which American income class do you really fall under? – Lexington Law
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Class calculator: Which American income class do you really fall under?
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The information provided on this website does not, and is not intended to, act as legal, financial or credit advice. See Lexington Law’s editorial disclosure […]
11 Best Ways to Invest in Yourself & Build a Better Life (Free or Low-Cost)
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Investing in yourself provides the greatest return on investment possible. Find free or low-cost ideas to build a better life.
College Student Spending Habits for 2021 – Lexington Law
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Our guide to college student spending habits reveals the expendituresstudents make while trying to balance school, work and their personal lives.
College Student Spending Habits for 2021
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My Mother Disagrees With My Mental Health Decisions (Hour 1)
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Debt, Relationships, Budgeting, Retirement, Business

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Depleted savings, ruined credit: What happens when all the rent comes due?
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Millions of Americans, especially low-income tenants, are accumulating debt amid the COVID-19 pandemic, threatening to create a downward financial spiral.

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