4 Smart Ways to Spend Your Tax Refund in 2019

If you’re waiting for your tax refund to come, it might already be burning a hole in your pocket. That’s human nature. We get money, we want to spend it

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Goodly Helps Employers Offer Student Loan Repayment Programs

Businesses all over the country are constantly looking for ways to attract new talent. They know it’s crucial to growth. That’s why these businesses offer a ton of perks to

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Americans Spent Nearly $40 Billion While Drunk Shopping Last Year

Americans love to drink. It’s a pastime that came to this country centuries ago with our ancestors. Even though we love to drink, the consequences can be far-reaching. There are

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The Price of Electric Cars Continues to Slide

One of the main reasons why conventional combustion engines dominate the market is the price. Conventional cars are often as much as 20% cheaper for the same type of vehicle.

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Trump Signs Executive Order Regarding Student Loan Debt and Free Speech

Financial Helpers has been covering the story regarding President Trump and his views towards student loan debt. He wants to strike a compromise that helps students without burdening taxpayers. Currently,

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How to Teach Your Child(ren) about Spending and Saving Money

Many adults today don’t really understand budgeting they money today, much less children. They simply weren’t taught by their parents and it shows. Concepts about debt, interest, and others have

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Federal Reserve Signals No Interest Rate Hike Coming in 2019

Yesterday morning, the Federal Reserve announced there would be no interest rate hike in 2019. This move comes as a bit of a surprise. This decision came during their policy

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Should the Federal Government Default on Its Debt?

It was recently reported that the national debt has soared past an astounding $22 trillion. That’s more than $180,000 per person currently living in the United States. It’s a figure

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White House Proposes Caps on Student Loan Borrowing

On Monday of this week, President Trump proposed an idea that he believes will help curb student loan debt. By setting a cap on how much money students can take

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