Tag Archive | "Budget"

joy, long-term care

Biden’s Expansion Of Long-Term Care Sparks Debate

President Joe Biden is proposing a major expansion of the government’s role in long-term care, but questions are being raised over his using the low-income Medicaid program and piggybacking the whole idea on an infrastructure bill.

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Money, retirement, financial

Financial Resolution: It’s Time To Get Back On Track

We’re foure months into 2021. Let’s check on those financial New Year’s resolutions. Quite possibly, they’ve already gone awry.

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emergency, savers

Better Savers Spend Less Money On These 3 Things

Reducing spending in three common budget categories may significantly boost your ability to save money. And a small mental trick could help you stick to an ongoing savings plan.

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Money, retirement, financial

Money Moves: Ways To Start 2021 Off Strong

After the train wreck that was 2020, you may well question whether it’s worth trying to plan anything. But knocking off a few financial tasks early in the year can better prepare you for whatever 2021 has in store.

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Emergency Fund Critical In A Crisis-Prone World

It took a pandemic to convince Americans to take saving money seriously. For years, Americans set aside 7 percent-8 percent of their income.

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Subscription

How To Get Rid Of Pesky ‘Subscription Creep’

From Netflix, Spotify and Amazon Prime to Blue Apron, Birchbox and beer of the month, your debit or credit card statements are likely littered with subscriptions that are costing you dearly.

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