Reasons to Collect Social Security Early

The typical Social Security check amounts to about $1,500 monthly. However, if you retire at full retirement age, that amount increases to $3,000 a month (more on that shortly). You could collect Social Security early, but there will be unavoidable benefit reductions if you do that. Over 50 million people are unemployed because of the pandemic. People protected from eviction by provisions in the CARES...

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Here are 13 Free and Affordable Online Computer Programming Courses

When you can’t think of a good reason to continue on your current path, you need a reason to start over. Food banks systems are being stretched to their limits. Many food bank systems just can’t keep supplies in inventory because they are being given away as fast as they are supplied. Food insecurity is a symptom of a greater problem exacerbated by the coronavirus outbreak – cataclysmic levels...

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How To Earn Extra Income With A Mobile Phone

Over 44 million Americans have been forcibly unemployed by the COVID-19 pandemic. And even before the pandemic, people were struggling to make ends meet. The average salary was just $48,700. As our country endures cultural upheaval as well as simultaneous economic and pandemic crises, why not make extra income with a mobile phone? The opportunities are out there. You could use your mobile phone to...

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Using a Retirement Fund Loan to Buy a New Home – I Wish I Did That

“Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.” That is an old and witty saying – something that used to be called an “epigram.” This saying is connected to the phrase, “Murphy’s Law.” No matter what you do or how you get ahead, the one thing that may hold you back or negate your progress will appear at the most inopportune moment. I spent almost a decade renting apartments when I...

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