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Your Guide to Getting Out of Debt

By Linda Jacob | January 22, 2020

There are a couple of ways to get out of debt and back on track. It may seem overwhelming, but you can do this! It’s time to budget To start with, make a budget. Total up all your monthly take home pay. Next, subtract all of your expenses. You will want to subtract your housing,…

6 Tips for Protecting Your Personal Information Online

By SaverLife | January 17, 2020

It’s that special time of the year again – tax time! With the conveniences of the digital age, there are many useful online tools to help you file your taxes. However, there are also sites that will try to gain access to your Personally Identifiable Information (PII). Here are some tips and practices to help…

Sherell’s Story: Overachieving on Saving

By SaverLife | January 15, 2020

Meet Sherell, a born and raised Delaware native and mother of two teenage sons. What do you do? I just finished working at UPS because of health issues. I’m not working at the moment, but I’m currently looking for more work. I think the next move might be to something in the customer service field.…

What is the Standard Deduction?

By Linda Jacob | January 13, 2020

The standard deduction is the amount of income you get to deduct from your total taxable income. Because the standard deduction lowers your taxable income, it means you pay less income tax. In 2019, the standard deduction for someone filing as single is $12,200. For a Head of Household, the standard deduction is $18,350. And…

New Years Anti-Resolutions for 2020

By Tania Brown | January 9, 2020

I’m going to suggest something a little radical for the new year and the new decade, 2020. Instead of focusing on a new year’s resolutions, consider listing the things you are going to stop doing. Ideally, these should be self-sabotaging habits and behaviors that prevent you from achieving your goals. Here are a few ideas…

How can I get started with low-risk investments?

By Saundra Davis | January 3, 2020

How do I begin with low risk investments? For example CD’s, money market accounts, etc. Submitted by Deirel M. First of all, way to go! Investing is all about preparing for your future and the fact that you’re clear that you want low risk is an appropriate first step. Are you ready to start investing?…

How Does Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) work?

By Linda Jacob | December 29, 2019

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) is a program of the IRS. VITA sites offer income tax preparation help free of charge for people who generally make less than $56,000 annually, people with disabilities, and those with difficulty speaking English. The program is also offered on military installations. The offices are run by volunteers who have…

Tiffany’s Story: 100% Self-Made, Independent, and Proud of It

By SaverLife | December 22, 2019

Meet Tiffany, an insurance company Customer Service Expert who lives in Michigan with her six-year-old son. What did your upbringing teach you about finances? I was always a hard worker and strived to make my own money. I’ve saved money to buy the things I wanted or felt I deserved. I pride myself on being…

Can I file taxes if my income was only SS and SSI?

By Saundra Davis | December 20, 2019

Submitted by Veronica C. Living on only social security income tells me that you are resourceful and doing a good job managing your money. (SS is the benefit that you pay into during your working years and SSI is supplemental income designed to provide additional support for specific situations.) This question is tricky because I’m…

The Three C’s of Credit

By Linda Jacob | December 13, 2019

When applying for a loan, it’s helpful to know what your Loan Officer will be looking at when making his or her decision. There are three areas they will review: Capacity, Collateral, and Character. Capacity Capacity is simply your ability to repay the loan. They will review your monthly income and expenses to determine if…

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