Did the pandemic hurt your credit score?

The global coronavirus pandemic has led to a host of consequences for Americans’ personal finances. From unemployment to business closures, a surprisingly resilient stock market to a booming real estate and mortgage industry, the only constant has been change this past year.

But one unintended consequence of the pandemic may have been a hit to consumers’ credit scores.

A large part of ...

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The BIG List of Financial Help & Support

The BIG list of financial help and support: Nearly 1,000 links to programs, resources, relief, deals, discounts & freebies

Right now, the U.S. is facing unprecedented financial hardship as the Covid-19 pandemic has essentially driven our economy to a standstill, with millions of businesses shuttered and tens of millions of consumers unemployed or facing income reductions.

While it’s hard to say there ...

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How much money did you spend last year?

If you’re like most people, you may answer “Too much!” or “A truck-load!” without knowing an actual number.

But, thanks to a yearly survey by the Department of Labor, we can now account for each category of spending for the whole year, both in real dollars and as a percent of the overall budget.

In fact, it’s estimated that the average U.S. consumer spent a total of $49,638 last year, or $4,136.50 monthly and approximately $138 per day!

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