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The arrival of a new year means tax season is here again. While we all still have to pay our taxes, there may well be more questions about how to do that than ever before thanks to 2020.
Schools may teach our children how to identify and count money, but they don't provide a robust financial education for kids. That's up to you. Discover how giving your kids positive experiences that focus on earning, spending and managing money can boost their financial skills for the future.
As another year draws to a close with holidays, celebrations and resolutions, it’s the perfect time to evaluate where you fall on the financial scale and determine how to raise your credit score.
You work hard every day, but you need your money to work even harder. That’s where credit-only spending can be a powerful financial tool—especially with holidays and a whole new year right around the corner.
The holidays are inevitable. They’ll come regardless of what happens with the COVID-19 pandemic or political events, and—as usual—they’ll prove to be the most expensive time of year. Securing a good financial outlook in advance can help you enjoy a happier holiday season and a softer financial landing in 2021.