Someone Took Out a Loan in Your Name. Now What?

Identity theft wears many different faces. From credit cards to student loans, thieves can open different forms of credit in your name and just like that, destroy your credit history and financial standing. If this happens to you, getting the situation fixed can be difficult and time-consuming….

5 Things to Know Before Adding Someone to the Deed

Sharing is caring — at least that’s what has been drilled into our minds. And for the most part, it’s true. However, if you’re contemplating making the ultimate step in sharing — adding someone to the deed on your home — it’s a good idea to consider the consequences. It’s…

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6 Easy Ways to Simplify Your Financial Life

If you’re looking for some easy ways to simplify your finances, consider simplifying your financial life in 6 easy steps. Despite our best intentions, it can be easy to fall behind on our financial goals. After all, family, professional and personal responsibilities (along with some of the difficulties created by the pandemic) can make it…

Chase Total Checking and Savings: Easy Everyday Banking

Years ago, when you wanted to open a checking or savings account at a bank, you’d head over to a bank in your neighborhood. These days, setting up a new account no longer requires a live person to walk you through it. There are banks exclusively online to prove it. (See also: Banks Still Offering…

5 Best Online Savings Accounts

Having a savings account is pretty much taken as an article of faith among those in the personal finance world. You are supposed to have a savings account — and you are supposed to look for the highest yield or interest rate. In many cases, the highest yield is likely to come from an online…

Online Savings Account Face-Off: Ally Bank vs Capital One 360

Most personal finance experts — including Dave Ramsey, Ramit Sethi, and Suze Orman — talk about the importance of saving money. Whether it’s for an emergency fund in case you lose your job, or you’re saving for a specific purchase so that you don’t get into debt — a savings…

The 5 Best High Yield CDs

Savers are having a tough time. Interest rates are low, and that means yields on cash are low, too. The term “high yield” doesn’t have the same meaning that it had before the financial crisis of 2008, but that shouldn’t stop you from trying to get the best possible deal when it comes to…

Ally Bank Review: Flexibility and Decent Yields

Ally Bank is one of the most prominent banks in the online space. While it seems that Ally is a new player in the banking game, the reality is that the bank’s roots actually date back to 1919 when the company now known as Ally Financial was founded as the General Motors Acceptance…

50 Top Stock Picks That Billionaires Love

They say on Wall Street that if you want to make a small fortune, start by investing a large one. The billionaires and big-time money managers below all have fortunes of various sizes, and studying which stock picks they’ve chased with their capital ain’t a half-bad idea. After all, there’s a reason why the rich…

Cheapest way to transport car

I came up with a situation where I need to transport a car from CA to VA. I am looking at sites like uship, roadrunner etc. but I wanted to hear others experiences before deciding. What would be the cheapest way to do it? I have no problem with someone driving that car from CA…

How Much Gold is Gone? Quantifying COVID-19 Mine Closures

Gold companies the world over have been impacted by the coronavirus, with disease prevention measures leading to mine closures and slowdowns across the globe.   But how many gold mines has COVID-19 taken offline? And what could the impact on global gold production and exploration be in 2020? To find out, the Investing News Network (INN)…

How to Get a Stimulus Check if You Don’t File a Tax Return

If you’re eligible for a stimulus check (not everyone will get one), the IRS will grab the information it needs to process your payment from your 2018 or 2019 tax return. But what if you didn’t file a tax return for those two years? After all, not everyone is required to file a return. Are…

8 Safe High-Yield Dividend Stocks Offering 5% or More

Steep market declines in 2020 have not only been brutal on returns; they’ve also presented income investors with a conundrum. The market is suddenly flooded with a glut of high-yield dividend stocks, but dividends in general are less safe than they’ve been in more than a decade. The S&P 500 has quickly risen from a…

Covid-19 and Goodlife refund

We have annual membership with Goodlife fitness… More then months all Goodlife gyms are closed. is anybody knows if goodlife gonna refund us? Statistics: Posted by gibor365365 — Apr 19th, 2020 5:09 am * This article was originally published here

When Will I Get My Stimulus Check?

That’s the question on everyone’s mind right now. For some people, payments have already arrived. For others, not until September. See when your payment is expected to arrive. * This article was originally published here

3 in 10 Canadians couldn’t pay bills if they lost job due to coronavirus

https://globalnews.ca/news/6794246/coro … n-savings/ the average person has nearly three months worth of savings. While 12 per cent of people surveyed said they could survive up to a year with no new income, 78 per cent say they could only survive between zero and three months. Statistics: Posted by Sgtalpowell — Apr 12th, 2020 7:13 am…

I Don’t Qualify for Unemployment. What are my options?

I lived in Florida for half of 2019 and then moved to Colorado. My base period is 1/1/19 to 12/13/19. I’m 20 years old and just recently moved out on my own. I made $1,180 in the last 3 months of 2019 so I don’t qualify for unemployment as far as I can tell. I’m…

12 Ways COVID-19 Will Change the Tech Industry

The full impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is still unfolding, but it’s already clear that the outbreak will spark major changes in the technology industry, which has already been called on in a big way to preserve social community and workplace collaboration as billions of people are forced to stay home under some variety of…

I’m an investing novice – where do I begin?

Throwaway so my friends don't see all my personal information… but basically I (26F) don't know where to begin with investing and would love some help. I want to have some long-term investments (set and forget) that will hopefully payout as much as possible in the next 20-30 years. I don't make a ton, but…

Why you should pay your rent if you can

I’ve been seeing a lot of people saying they aren’t going to pay their rent this month and felt I needed to say something. I’ll start by saying I am not a landlord but am employed by a property management company. I understand that a lot of people have lost their job and are unable…

Annuities

Can anyone tell me if there is a way to get quotations from multiple financial/insurance companies on buying a life annuity? Thanks Statistics: Posted by Curlermon — Mar 29th, 2020 4:19 pm * This article was originally published here

Where is my Equifax free credit monitoring from the breach claim

A while ago, Equifax gave out free credit monitoring or compensation up to $125 for a data breach. I was found to be eligible and selected the free credit monitoring but never got an email or any information on it. Did anyone actually get response from Equifax about their claim? submitted by /u/yssparta…