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Asking for a raise can be one of the most nerve-wracking conversations you have in your professional life. But, with the right approach and preparation, it can also be a rewarding experience that leads to increased satisfaction and financial stability. So let’s discuss some key steps to help you navigate the process of asking for a raise, along with a free template to guide you through the conversation.
Medical debt is a weighty issue that can leave individuals and families feeling overwhelmed and financially strapped. But recent news from Connecticut and New York may just change that.
Couples often encounter various challenges, one of the most significant being the management of finances. Money matters can be a source of tension, strain relationships, and even lead to conflicts if not handled with care. On the other hand, when approached with understanding, communication, and mutual respect, navigating finances as a couple can strengthen the bond and foster a deeper connection.
Let's catch up on the latest news about student loan forgiveness under Biden. Spoiler alert: he's forgiven a whopping $136.6 billion, but universal relief is still a bit elusive. Here's the lowdown on who's benefited and why it's been a bumpy ride.
Money issues can be a significant source of stress in any relationship, and one of the key decisions couples face is whether to combine or separate their finances. Now, this is a deeply personal one choice, influenced by various factors like trust, communication, and individual financial habits. So let’s explore the pros and cons of both approaches to help you make an informed decision that suits your unique relationship dynamics.
Whether you're a seasoned taxpayer or a first-timer, this guide will provide you with essential information to make the process smoother and more manageable.
Filing taxes is a task that many people tend to procrastinate. But, there are numerous advantages to filing your taxes early. Here’s why filing early can be a smart financial move.
For the past 3.5 years, a pause in student loan payments provided relief to approximately 40 million Americans. However, with repayments having kicked off this past Fall, frustration and uncertainty loom large, with some considering the drastic step of not paying their student loans. So, let’s see what would happens if you choose not to pay back your student loans.
Who doesn't love the idea of getting a little extra cash, especially if it comes straight from your employer? Many companies offer a variety of perks and benefits beyond just a paycheck. So let’s explore some strategies on how to make the most of these offerings and put a some extra cash in your pocket.
Money might make the world go round, but in relationships, it can sure cause a bumpy ride. One particularly thorny issue? Tracking your partner's finances. On the surface, it might sound like a recipe for distrust and resentment. But is it always a red flag? Let's explore.
As we step into the new year, it's the perfect time to reevaluate our financial habits and set ourselves up for success. Adopting smart financial habits can make a significant difference in achieving long-term financial goals and securing a stable future! But don’t forget, just try to pick one of these - single-tasking (choosing one goal at a time), will make it easier to stick to the plan.
As the clock strikes midnight on New Year's Eve, many of us excitedly declare our resolutions for the upcoming year. Whether it's getting in shape, learning a new skill, or upgrading your money mindset, setting ambitious goals is a tradition that signifies hope, renewal, and personal growth. But here's the deal: making those resolutions is one thing, actually making them happen is a whole other ballgame. Studies have shown that only 9% of people reach their New Year’s Resolution goals - don’t let yourself be part of the 91%. So let’s get into some strategies to help you not just come up with cool resolutions but also stick with them and rock 2024 like never before.