social security
10 Things That Lower Your Social Security Check
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How much money you receive from the government every month depends on when you retire, how much you earn after you start taking Social Security, and whether you have met tax and family support obligations and more. Here’s what you need to know.
UGMA vs. UTMA Account – Which Is Better to Save for My Child’s College?
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UTMA and UGMA accounts can be used to save for college. Each has different benefits and drawbacks. Learn more about them here.
Missing Stimulus Check? – What to Do If You Haven’t Received Payment
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Looking for a missing stimulus check? Learn what to do if you didn’t get pandemic stimulus checks and questions about missing payments.
How to Move Your Money to an Online Checking Account
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Switching bank accounts isn't as tedious as it may seem. Here's how to simplify the process.

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Mortgage and refinance rates today, Feb. 27, and rate forecast for next week
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Today’s mortgage and refinance rates  Average mortgage rates fell a little or held steady yesterday (Friday). Unfortunately, it was the only glimmer of light in a gloomy week that saw […]
Ready to Start Adulting? 10 Steps to Retire the Right Way
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Adulting is hard, but if you follow these 10 points, retirement can be easier.
NorthOne Business Banking: 2021 Review
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Editor’s note: As of publication, NorthOne has paused new accounts to upgrade to its banking technology. Business owners who apply and are approved during this time will be placed on a waitlist…
Third COVID-19 Economic Stimulus Payment – Eligibility & How to Get It
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Wondering about the third round of COVID-19 stimulus payments? Learn who is qualified and when you should be getting your disbursement.
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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