College students who left their campuses in droves as stay-at-home orders rolled in were often met with a whole new financial reality. They had to relocate in a hurry, racking up unexpected travel and moving costs. Their rented apartments, dorm rooms and meal plans are now going unused. They may have lost a job or … Continued

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A few months ago you may not have thought much about strategies for managing credit balances or how much of an emergency fund you really need. But with finances strained by the coronavirus pandemic, making smart money decisions is crucial. To better handle current conditions, ask yourself these three questions. How much of an emergency … Continued

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Like cars, relationships and health, personal finance needs maintenance. Routine care now helps you in the future and alerts you to problems. But check-ins can be easy to blow off, particularly if everything seems to be running smoothly. “Comfortable might not be the best thing,” says certified financial planner Lazetta Rainey Braxton. You can feel … Continued

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