Retirement

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Talks of another stimulus package, to help cushion millions of people struggling amid the second wave of COVID-19, continues to gather steam in congress. The bipartisan push which has stalled in recent months is in a crucial stage, treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin having presented a White House proposal to Congress. Whitehouse Stimulus Proposal President Donald
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The United States job figures for November were released and there was a gain of 245,000 jobs for the month. This did lead to a lower unemployment rate but hiring itself fell to a seven month low, a near prophetic sign that the increase in coronavirus cases throughout the country is causing damage to the
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Results and analysis are in for the first month of consumer spending after the $600 unemployment boost was out, and what happened shouldn’t be a surprise to many. Spending levels in households that were employed remained relatively flat but those who received the unemployment are burning through the savings they grabbed at an alarming rate.
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This week in the labor market jobless claims jumped another 53,000 to 898,000 for the week ending October 10th, after the initial tally of 845,000 and industry experts expected around 800,000. That level of increase is likely because of more widespread outbreaks of COVID are affecting the job market like they did in March and
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Hacking personal finance is crucial if one is to survive whatever life throws at them at a time when the global economy appears to be in turmoil. Successful financial planning is all about figuring goals first and then determining the necessary steps needed to achieve them. Likewise, Money Hacks by Lisa Rowan and Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel
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Keeping track of personal finance has become important, now more than ever. With millions of people rendered jobless in the aftermath of the COVID-19 disruptions, the need to stretch every dollar is becoming clear. Likewise, personal finance podcasts are making it much easier to achieve money goals without straining one’s lifestyle. We of course left
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The COVID-19 Pandemic has dramatically affected the social and financial lives of people. Many businesses have been impacted, resulting in reduced salaries and even furloughing employees as uncertainty continues to grow. The pandemic has taught several lessons about personal finances that they can adapt to when facing an economic downturn. Here are five personal finance
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