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How Will Americans Spend Their Emergency Stimulus Checks?

With the COVID-19 pandemic negatively impacting the lives of millions, this week the United States Congress has been attempting to pass a massive stimulus bill that would offer relief to some workers and businesses. As of this writing, the details of an apparent deal reached in the Senate are not...

Money at 30: Save Money on Essentials with These Apps and Tools 2

Over the past couple of weeks, life in America has unquestionably changed. Perhaps the best example of the fear and anxiety that many are feeling comes from grocery stores and warehouse clubs where bare shelves and long lines have been well-documented on the news and social media. Additionally, at a...

Tax Day 2020 is Now Officially July 15th Federally

Following a previous announcement that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) would push back the 2019 tax payment deadline to July, the agency has not decided to delay the filing cut off as well. As a result, for 2020, Tax Day will not be on April 15th but July 15th instead....

IRS Extends 2019 Tax Payment Deadline to July

As the COVID-19 outbreak worsens, the virus is also wreaking economic havoc as many businesses are forced to close. In response the White House has been floating a number of emergency measures, including bailouts for certain industries and cash payments for the majority of Americans. Additionally this week the Internal...

Money at 30: When a "Rainy Day" Arrives — Rebounding from a Financial Setback 3

You've surely heard the term "saving for a rainy day" and how it's been applied to the concept of having an emergency fund. So, what happens that that rainy day comes? That's what I'm experiencing this week. Long story short, my wife had to undergo surgery on her wrist last...

Apple Card to Allow Some Users to Skip March Payments Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

It has been a historic week in the United States as the country attempts to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19. Beyond the health risks that this virus presents, the pandemic has also had an impact on the U.S. economy as several businesses are being forced...

Longest Bull Market in History Ends Amid Pandemic

Just days after celebrating its 11th anniversary, the bull market in the U.S. — the longest in history — has come to a dramatic end. Despite some rallying efforts that followed major sell-offs last week, the continued spread of COVID-19 coupled with an oil price war has sunk the markets...

Top 10 Personal Finance Articles of the Month — February 2020 3

It’s time again for one of my favorite features here on Dyer News: a look at the top 10 personal finance articles of the month. To start things off, we'll look at posts related to debt and spending. Then it's on to investing — including mistakes, strategies, and numbers to know....