Have you done your annual financial review yet? Every year, when you do your income taxes, you should take the time to review your finances too! Think about it. You already have all of your income, expenses, receipts, etc., put together for your annual income tax filing. Why not take
Over the past couple of weeks, The Best Credit Card Offers has been doing a bit of a “remodel” on our site! As a result, we’ve added lots of new, updated credit card offers, loan opportunities, and even an employment opportunity site! So, if you haven’t checked out our offers
Is your business credit worthy? Do you have a business credit score? If not, how can you build your business credit quickly and easily? Small business owner? Still running your business under your own name? If you’re still running your small business as a sole proprietorship, or even a partnership, you
By now, most people should have gotten that second stimulus check… what did you do with yours? Still have it? If so, here are just a few thoughts on what you could do with that money besides spend it! If your credit needs improvement, or if you need to establish
When it comes time to get your first credit card, or perhaps get a new credit card, take time to sit down and make a list of everything about the cards that you're interested in. The PROS and the CONS. Depending on your credit level, the cards you're interested in, the
By now, many who've been laid off, furloughed, had our hours cut, or worse, are really running tight on cash, even as the pandemic rages on. While both federal and state governments have promised quick access to unemployment funds, stimulus checks, and other forms of help, these things take time.
Are you one of the millions of people who have been asked to work from home this year? Believe it or not, shifting to staff members working from home is actually proving beneficial to businesses and employees in many areas. So far, 65% of workers say they are
As if 2020 wasn’t bad enough already, what with a pandemic, lockdowns, and an economic downturn unlike any other, millions of people also lost their jobs… and that will leave millions of us with blemishes on our credit reports that can and, in many cases will, take years to clean
Have you checked the credit limits on your credit cards lately? If not, you might want to take time to do just that, especially since roughly 50 million Americans’ credit card accounts were either closed or had their credit limit cut in the past 30 days. That’s about 1 in
By now, many who’ve been laid off, furloughed, had our hours cut, or worse, are really running tight on cash, even as the pandemic rages on. While both federal and state governments have promised quick access to unemployment funds, stimulus checks, and other forms of help, these things take time.