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The COVID-19 outbreak is causing people to make tough choices regarding their finances. Are you in this boat? If so, you likely have to accept some unpopular truths to weather the storm of these uncertain times.
Here are some hard, but necessary financial truths that you need to consider as you move through these difficult times.
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You need to talk about healthy personal finance habits with your teenagers, especially during this coronavirus pandemic. From preparing for college to managing credit cards and student loans, you want to make sure your teenager is set up for success. Your guidance can help them avoid some of the money mistakes most of us make as we become adults.
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Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach, has read all 880 pages of the $2.2 trillion CARES Act passed by Congress to stabilize the U.S. economy in the wake of the COVID-19 emergency and the coronavirus pandemic.
In this collection of videos, Lynnette explains how Americans can benefit from the CARES Act in numerous ways, including getting stimulus checks; unemployment benefits; help with federal student loans; forgivable small business loans and grants; cash family medical leave benefits; sick pay for those with coronavirus, and more.
In this video Lynnette shares good news for people who need help paying their private student loans during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Uncertain if you should spend cash or use a credit card during the COVID-19 pandemic? Here are 3 items you should buy with a credit card.
In this video, Lynnette shares information on available SNAP food benefits and resources to anyone that needs help.
In this video Lynnette dives deep into the CARES Act and shares a pleasant surprise in the economic relief bill.
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing many of us to have to budget for things we never thought of. Here are 10 new budget items that you should plan for as you navigate this “new normal.”
To help you make some difficult financial decisions during this COVID-19 emergency, here are some tips on how to effectively prioritize your bills.