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What You Need to Know This Tax Season (2022-23 Guide)

By Tom Jackson | February 14, 2023

If it’s that moment on the calendar when prognosticating becomes a daily ritual in America, it must be tax filing time again. Roughly 168 million of us know we must…

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InCharge Debt Solutions Named One of Central Florida’s Top Workplaces

By Staff Writer | September 19, 2022

InCharge Debt Solutions, which is celebrating its 25th year, was given another reason to celebrate when the company was awarded a Top Workplaces 2022 honor by the Orlando Sentinel Media Group…

Which Savings Account Will Earn You the Most Money?

By Bents Dulcio | September 1, 2022

Savings accounts are an excellent solution for consumers with a specific need. They let you designate funds away from your checking account to organize your finances and retain clear sight…

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Does Social Media Encourage Bad Spending Habits?

By Sarah Brady | August 10, 2022

By the look of things on social media, you really can have it all. A new pair of designer shoes … a champagne toast over brunch … swimming in a…

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10 Tips for Back-to-School Shopping on a Budget

By Tom Jackson | August 4, 2022

Long before COVID, another pandemic would hit America every August – the Back-To-School Blues. After a blissful summer, countless kids grumbled about having to return to class. Now there’s a…

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Are Subscription Monitoring Apps Worth It?

By Tom Jackson | July 13, 2022

The world has gone subscription crazy. You can sign up for almost every service known to man, and probably a few that haven’t been invented yet. It’s fast, convenient and…

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How to Budget During Inflation

By Michael Knisley | June 30, 2022

Overheard at Costco recently: “Wow. A bag of avocados is $10.99 now. We used to get ‘em here for $6.99. Guess we’re not buying avocados.” It was hard not to…

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Cities That Will Pay You to Move There

By Pat McManamon | November 9, 2021

Bloomington, Indiana, is home to a growing trend across the country, where some small cities and towns are so eager to have you move to their community they are offering…

How to Have the Money Talk Before Marriage

By Heather Eggers | November 2, 2021

So, things are going great in your romantic life. Your partner is awesome. Sunshine and rainbows are everywhere. Here, finally, is the one you cannot live without, who also cannot…

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Should You Be Investing While You Are In Debt?

By Joey Johnston | April 28, 2021

The stock market is setting records every week, which creates a real temptation for people in debt. Every time you turn on the TV there are ads for everything from…


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