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While there may be legal and Congressional challenges around the recent presidential executive order, here are some questions and answers about what is known so far about the announced student loan forgiveness program. Can the President forgive this debt? Who knows how this will play out, but maybe not. Only Congress has spending authority. And
Save money and potential headaches with these debit card tips: Only use in-network ATMs All debit cards are also ATM cards and are used by many to access cash. One of the most common fees appears when you use an out-of-network ATM. What you can do: Understand the ATM fees charged by your bank. Only
For years, savings and checking accounts provided very little in the way of interest income. In our current inflationary times, however, interest rates are on the rise. What is also on the rise is the comeback of traditional banking products. Here is a review of how your bank accounts traditionally work together as a team
Most financial experts suggest keeping three to six months worth of household expenses in savings to help in case of emergency. But with record inflation, that task just got a lot harder to accomplish as virtually every safe place to put your emergency funds will not provide interest rates that keep pace with inflation. But