Are you dealing with a large amount of medical debt? You are not alone! In fact, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation, 26% of American adults said that they or someone in their household was struggling with paying medical bills. Many of these people think taking out a loan or using credit cards will buy [...]
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Have you received a notice of overpayment from the California Employment Development Department (EDD)? If so, it is important that you do not put off dealing with the EDD. Here's what you need to know: What Does the EDD Do? The EDD has many responsibilities, which include paying out Unemployment Insurance (UI), Disability Insurance (DI) [...]
Are you having difficulties paying rent due to COVID-19? Or, are you a landlord that has lost income due to COVID-19? You may be eligible for assistance! What You Need to Know The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) program provides a number of state and local programs that offer assistance. This [...]
Most federal student loans are not due for repayment due to extended coronavirus relief. However, this extension will be over in January 2022. Are you ready to resume your payments? Here's what you need to know: How to Get Ready For Resuming Your Student Loan Payments The Student Aid website offers 6 tips to help [...]
Are you concerned with the size of your parent(s)'s debt? It can be difficult for older people to keep on top of their finances on a fixed income. This is especially true if medical bills or credit card bills become too much to handle. If you are looking for ways to help your parent(s) deal with [...]
Living in California can place you at risk for different types of disasters. Whether it is wildfire damage, earthquakes, or flooding, it's important to know what to do after a disaster. Are you prepared for what comes next? Here's What You Need to Know You can receive taxpayer disaster relief in California after a disaster. [...]
This year, the Department of Education has discharged (or canceled) over $9 billion in student debt, which is affecting hundreds of thousands of borrowers. So, what does this mean for your ITT Tech student loan? What Does This Mean For You? According to the Department of Education, "the U.S. Department of Education announced it will [...]
Have you received a letter regarding an EDD overpayment? Are you unsure what an EDD overpayment is? You are not alone! According to the EDD, an overpayment is "when you receive an unemployment, disability, or Paid Family Leave benefit you are not eligible for. It is important to repay this benefit overpayment as soon as [...]
Do you own a small business with debt? Are you worried about how you are managing your business debt? Don’t rely on loans to get you out of debt. We have 5 tips that can help you deal with your existing business debt. 1. Evaluate Your Spending Having good money management habits will help you [...]
If you are struggling with debt, you are probably weighing your options to see what will work best for you. This is exactly what you should be doing. So, what should you do if you want to avoid bankruptcy, but your debt is overwhelming? 1. Do Nothing: While you can do nothing, it is important [...]