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  • What Is The Best Way To Spend My Second Stimulus Check?
    by Tom Harkins on January 21, 2021 at 4:17 pm

    After months of delays, it finally happened: Congress passed another spending bill with billions of dollars of COVID relief, which the President signed into law in December. While many types of aid are packed into that bill for individuals and companies, such as extended unemployment benefits and another round of the Paycheck Protection Plan (PPP), The post What Is The Best Way To Spend My Second Stimulus Check? appeared first on National Debt Relief.

  • How To Make Your 2021 Debt Resolutions
    by Josephine Nesbit on January 19, 2021 at 6:00 pm

    Half of Americans planning their 2021 money resolutions claimed reducing debt or becoming debt-free is at the top of their list. Who wouldn’t want to improve their financial situation going into a new year? If you’re focused on New Year’s debt resolutions and attacking your debt head-on, then congratulations are in order! Keeping your debt The post How To Make Your 2021 Debt Resolutions appeared first on National Debt Relief.

  • 5 Tips For Budgeting For Long Term Unemployment
    by Tom Harkins on January 14, 2021 at 7:27 pm

    If you’re out of work and worried about how you’re going to pay all your bills next month, you’re not alone. Millions of Americans are out of work due to the coronavirus pandemic, and millions more are underemployed or receiving less compensation than they normally would. If your savings is dwindling and you’re dreading the The post 5 Tips For Budgeting For Long Term Unemployment appeared first on National Debt Relief.

  • Saving Money Is So Hard: Here’s How To Make It Painless
    by Tom Harkins on January 12, 2021 at 4:00 pm

    Let’s face it, even before the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us griped about how saving money is so hard to do. By the time we pay our rent or mortgage, utilities, and make car or credit card payments, we often don’t have a whole lot of money left to put in a savings account. In The post Saving Money Is So Hard: Here’s How To Make It Painless appeared first on National Debt Relief.

  • How To Set Realistic New Year Money Goals
    by Josephine Nesbit on January 7, 2021 at 4:00 pm

    The top New Year’s resolutions amongst Americans are exercising more, eating healthier, and saving money. Unfortunately, only 4% manage to stick to their goals. If you’re determined to make or save more money this year, you need to know how to set realistic New Year money goals. Here are a few ways to increase your The post How To Set Realistic New Year Money Goals appeared first on National Debt Relief.

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