According to the U.S. Department of Labor, 20.5 million people lost their jobs in April. As a result, many are now facing the prospect that they could lose their job-based health insurance plan. Between the loss of income and the potential financial impact of having to pay out-of-pocket for medical care, the result could be…

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It’s likely that you’ve been driving a lot less than normal recently, if you’re working from home and only going out for essential errands. That may actually not be good for your car — they’re designed to be driven, after all — and could end up costing you money in the long run. The good…

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If you feel like you don’t know where to go for concrete answers these days, you’re not alone. Everyone’s lives have been upended in one way or another, and the timeline for when we will be back to ‘a new normal’ is a rapidly changing situation. When “safer at home” guidelines were more or less…

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Check Your Credit Score Regularly One of the first signs that you’re maturing is when you become concerned about your credit. Good grades are the mark of success in school, and high credit scores are evidence that you’re maintaining financial responsibility. Once you have a high credit rating, however, how safe is your score? Credit…

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