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8 09, 2021

Webinar: Financially Savvy Seniors

2021-09-17T13:05:28-05:00September 8th, 2021|Education, Green Country News|0 Comments

UPDATE Sept. 17, 2021 As long as you've pre-registered for the Savvy Senior webinar, you'll have access to the recording until Sept. 24th - you should have a link emailed to you. Here are the key takeaways we noted from the event: Get started now! It's hard to catch up Setting aside a little bit [...]

7 09, 2021

Resources for Seniors in a Financial Crunch

2021-09-07T14:49:46-05:00September 7th, 2021|Education, Financial|0 Comments

Resources for Seniors in a Financial Crunch Many seniors avoid seeking help for their money problems, citing reasons such as not wanting to bother people, not knowing who to trust, and feeling ashamed. Yet trying to deal with debt issues alone is often not the best approach. While money problems may be uncomfortable to talk [...]

14 07, 2021

Children & credit reports: why parents should start checking

2021-07-14T14:38:54-05:00July 14th, 2021|Consumer Protection, Identity Theft, Kids Corner|0 Comments

Children and credit reports: why parents should start checking Turning 16 years old marks many milestones for a child: learning to drive, preparing for college, and yes, his or her first credit check. While it may seem counterintuitive (after all, most teens don’t have a credit history), the reality is that identity theft can happen [...]

14 07, 2021

Seven Steps to Protecting Your Child From Identity Theft

2021-07-12T12:26:34-05:00July 14th, 2021|Consumer Protection, Cyber Security, Identity Theft|1 Comment

Seven Steps to Protecting Your Child From Identity Theft It’s a shocking experience thousands of parents have endured: finding out someone else has been using their child’s identity. It’s heartbreaking to think of a young person trying to start out in life with an unjustly tarnished credit history. To guard against a future of frustration [...]

7 07, 2021

FAQs About the Child Tax Credit

2021-07-07T14:17:04-05:00July 7th, 2021|Consumer Protection, COVID-19, Financial|2 Comments

Automatic Payments for the Child Tax Credit Start on July 15th - Here's What You Need To Know So what is the child tax credit and how is it changing? Traditionally, the child tax credit provides parents a credit on their taxes for each child under 17. If your tax credit exceeds the amount of [...]

14 06, 2021

Identifying Financial Exploitation

2021-06-14T16:42:14-05:00June 14th, 2021|Consumer Protection, Financial|1 Comment

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Commemorated June 15th every year, World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is an opportunity to take action to protect older people by raising awareness about elder abuse, why it occurs, and what we can do to stop it. What Is Elder Abuse? Elder abuse refers to intentional or negligent acts by [...]

17 03, 2021

Homeless Americans can get their $1,400 stimulus check

2021-03-17T13:25:40-05:00March 17th, 2021|COVID-19|0 Comments

Homeless Americans who don’t have a fixed address or bank accounts will have to jump through an array of hoops to claim their payment If you are homeless, you can go to a tax return office where they will file something called EIP return. They will put the money on a debit card after, What [...]

10 12, 2019

Dollars and Sense: Budgeting for Truly Golden Years

2019-12-10T10:37:27-06:00December 10th, 2019|Budgeting|0 Comments

Preparing financially for retirement for many people is a shot in the dark: just save as much as you can and hope it’s enough. It’s understandable that people take that view. After all, it can feel like there are too many variables to even get a grip on. How do you know how much money [...]

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