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By: Abhiram Kotireddy
The Pennsylvania State University, BS Finance and Economics
Child support is a periodic payment to financially support a child
By: Abhiram Kotireddy
The Pennsylvania State University, BS Finance and Economics
There are many Pros and Cons to combining your finances after marriage
By: Sanchit Rokade
University of Illinois at Chicago
Details about the average credit limit.
By: Sanchit Rokade
University of Illinois at Chicago
Details about how to receive social security benefits.
By: Devansh Tandon
University of Southern California
Divorce can be extremely hard, and it can significantly affect your finances.
By: Srikari Kunapuli
University of California, Los Angeles; B.A Economics, B.S Statistics
Is the line to reach an IRS representative taking too long? Read on to learn about an alternative.
By: Vivian Xia
Northwestern University, BS Journalism and Economics
Confused about what your life insurance policy means? Find out the answer here.
By: Srikari Kunapuli
University of California, Los Angeles; B.A Economics, B.S Statistics
Read on to learn how to pick the tax filing status that will allow you maximum tax refunds .
Credit Cards
By: Raghav Rasal
Duke University
A brief summary of how to calculate your credit card rewards.
By: Baker Jarrell
The University of Texas at Austin
Several forms are needed to file your taxes if you are self-employed, and will help you calculate how much you owe in taxes.
By: Menelik Epee-Bounya
Harvard College, BA Economics
Here’s everything that you need to know about dividends.
By: Srikari Kunapuli
University of California, Los Angeles; B.A Economics, B.S Statistics
Refinancing is a major financial move; but when - if ever - is the right time to do this? Read on to learn more.
By: Melis Inanc
Tufts University
If you want to learn what to do if you owe money to the IRS, here’s all you need to know.
By: Sanchit Rokade
University of Illinois at Chicago
Details about 1099 forms.
Mortgages
By: Menelik Epee-Bounya
Harvard College, BA Economics
Here’s everything that you need to know about adjustable-rate mortgages.
By: Devansh Tandon
University of Southern California
Success in the stock market has one rule: buy low, sell high.
Credit Cards
Debit Cards
By: Menelik Epee-Bounya
Harvard College, BA Economics
Still confused about the difference between a debit card and a credit card? Here’s everything that you need to know.
By: Raghav Rasal
Duke University
Learn the basics of deductibles and about how they affect your insurance plan.
By: Raghav Rasal
Duke University
Understanding the basics of the VITA and TCE programs.
By: Raghav Rasal
Duke University
A quick summary of how your tax dollars are used by the government.
By: Srikari Kunapuli
University of California, Los Angeles; B.A Economics, B.S Statistics
Read more to learn more about how to maintain financial stability even in case of a temporary or permanent disability.
Mortgages
By: Baker Jarrell
The University of Texas at Austin
A VA loan is a mortgage partially backed by the VA to give you favorable terms if you are a veteran and qualify for one.
By: Abhiram Kotireddy
The Pennsylvania State University, BS Finance and Economics
It is very simple to calculate your effective tax rate
By: Menelik Epee-Bounya
Harvard College, BA Economics
The prime lending rate is an important interest rate that affects other rates. Here’s why it matters to you.
By: Sanchit Rokade
University of Illinois at Chicago
Details about homeowners insurance.
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