Tag Archive for: covid-19 impact

Student Loan Payments Are Supposed To Resume In September. Is Another Pause Coming?

For what you need to know about federal student loan payments, including how long the pause could last, what other benefits it includes and whether Biden will push for more student debt forgiveness, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE.

Thanks To The Coronavirus, There’s A New Barrier To Retirement Savings

The coronavirus pandemic has thrown another wrench into saving for retirement: millions of parents across the country have been left without good child care options. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Financial Lessons From The Pandemic

Diversifying your assets and maintaining a rainy-day fund are prudent steps for long-term investors. Here are some other important lessons to consider as the world’s economies gradually try to regain their bearings. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Noticed Extra Money In Your Paycheck? The Good And The Bad Of The Payroll Tax Cut

The Social Security payroll taxes usually taken out of paychecks was suspended from September 1 through the end of the year to help Americans financially struggling during the pandemic. But as with most things in life, there’s a catch. It’s essentially a loan. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

What Will Filing Taxes Be Like In 2021 – How To Prepare

Each year, if necessary, the IRS releases drafts of tax forms, so professionals may comment. This advance notice gives insight on how tax-filing will look different in 2021 – when 2020 income taxes are filed – and what you can do to prepare. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Near-Zero Fed Interest Rate Offers Opportunities

The Federal Reserve rate is extremely important to how the bank, as well as the rest of the world, does business. And to get the economy going, the Fed wanted to make borrowing money cheaper. To find out who can benefit from the near-zero Fed rate, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE