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Dana George

Dana George

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How Coronavirus Vaccines Are Likely to Impact the U.S. Economy

While it won't come back at once, economic recovery will be possible because of coronavirus vaccines.


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Does Money Make You Nervous? 6 Steps to Becoming Financially Confident

Financial confidence is all about asking questions, learning, and adopting new habits.


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5 Ways to Upgrade Your Home Without Going Into Debt

You don't have to break the bank to put your stamp on your home.


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Debt Elimination and Settlement Scams to Look Out For

Working with a debt elimination or debt settlement company is the wrong way to get out of debt.


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The Dark Side of Debit Cards

Knowing how to avoid the dark side of debits cards can save you headaches and hassles.

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Here Are the 3 Issues Standing in the Way of a New Stimulus Bill

Congress has only days to overcome the remaining sticking points and sign a new COVID-19 relief package.


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The Nasty Truth About Credit Repair Scams

Credit repair companies ask you to pay for something you can easily accomplish for free.


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5 Reasons Americans Have Cut Credit Card Debt in 2020

One unexpected side effect of COVID-19 may be fewer people carrying credit card debt.


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Shopping for a Home in 2021? Expect Inflated Home Prices

Many factors go into determining whether it's a good time to buy. Here's what you can expect if you want to buy a home in 2021.


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6 Times Renting a Home Is the Smart Financial Move

Buying is not for everyone. These red flags should make you think twice about taking on a mortgage.

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How Our Non-Essential Expenses Skyrocketed During COVID-19

Alone, none of the expenses seemed like a big deal. Together, they were game-changers.


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5 Advantages of Selling Your Home "As Is"

When making your house look like a model home in order to sell is not the best move.


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How Women Have Fought for Financial Equality for 100 Years -- and Still Do Today

Women have come a long way, but there's still work to be done for true equality to be achieved.


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10 Jobs That Will Be in Demand in 2021

A new year brings new beginnings. If you're considering a job change, check out these jobs.


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McConnell and Congress Under Pressure to Get Stimulus Deal Done in December

At this point, all that stands between millions of Americans and financial calamity is a group of warring Congress members.

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How to Find Legitimate Debt Relief

Debt relief is designed to help you get out of debt and stay out. Authentic relief can be priceless.


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The 6 Most Important Money Lessons We've Learned in 2020

There's no denying that 2020 has been an unforgettable year. Fortunately, it's leaving us with lessons.


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Report: Biden Pushing Democrats to Make Stimulus Deal Now

Economists say the U.S. is in desperate need of another stimulus package.


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5 Home Improvement Projects With the Highest Return on Investment

If you believe you may sell your home in the near future, here are the five projects most likely to pay for themselves.


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How to Make the Most of Black Friday Shopping

If Black Friday is an important part of your holiday ritual, here's how to stay safe and save money this year.