Bigger, Better Budget Tips for 2021

Bigger, Better Budget Tips for 2021

2020 has been a tough year. But with a fresh start in 2021, there’s no better time than now to hit the refresh button on your outlook and your finances. A new year gives us all a chance to make positive changes to help shape how our upcoming year will go. This...
5 Summer Fun and Financial Tips During COVID-19

5 Summer Fun and Financial Tips During COVID-19

Due to both the social and financial impacts from COVID-19, summer 2020 is shaping up to look quite different than the crowded sunny seasons of the past. Although health and safety remain a top priority, mental wellness and budget-friendly fun should also be...
How Student Loans Could Affect Your Taxes

How Student Loans Could Affect Your Taxes

As if student loans weren’t complicated enough already, student loan debt could also affect your taxes. But borrowers who paid a minimum of $600 in interest may qualify for a deduction on their loans according to TurboTax. Let’s take a look at some of the...
Equal Pay For Equal Student Loan Debt? Not So Much.

Equal Pay For Equal Student Loan Debt? Not So Much.

According to The American Association of University Women, females account for two-thirds of the student loan debt in America. That number now makes up a shocking 890+ billion dollars in unpaid dues. So why is this number so high? Well, there’s good news and bad...