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How to Prepare NOW for Student Loan Payments
“Back in 2020, the U.S. paused everyone’s student loan payments. This is coming to an end soon. Here’s how to prepare for student loan payments.” – Budget Girl
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7 Reasons You Can Quit Your Job and Still Get Unemployment Benefits
“You’ve probably heard that you cannot quit your job and collect unemployment benefits, right? Well, here’s the thing, you CAN. Here’s some of the reasons you can quit your job and still collect unemployment benefits.” – Budget Queen
Create a Small Business Budget in 5 Simple Steps
“Want to protect the financial health of your small business? You need a business budget. Here’s how to create one.” – FreshBook
Then Things the “Makers” of the FIRE Movement Don’t Want You to Know-SWR Series Part 50
“Did the title catch your attention? Think of this post as a natural extension of Part 26 “Ten things the “Makers” of the 4% Rule don’t want you to know” or the equally “tongue-in-cheek” posts “How to ‘Lie’ with Personal Finance” – Part 1 and Part 2.” – Early Retirement Now
Help Kids Start A Blog: Get Them Reading, Writing, Thinking, Creating
“How old should kids be before starting a blog? Should kids even have their own blog? What should kids blog about? How should kids even set up a blog? Keep reading to find the answers to these questions.” – Teach Mama