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Credit Bureaus Currently Offering Weekly Online Report Checks

With the COVID-19 pandemic not only taking a toll on the health of citizens but also on their finances, this week it was announced that Americans will have greater access to their credit reports for at least the next year. From now through April 2021, consumers will be able to...

Study Calculates "Taxpayer ROI" for Every State 2

Under normal circumstances, today (April 15th) would be Tax Day in the United States of America. However, with the COVID-19 pandemic all but shutting down the economy, this year's filing deadline has been moved to July 15th instead. Still, in the spirit of tax season, the personal finance site WalletHub...

Select Auto Insurers are Crediting Customers Due to COVID-19 Impacts

With most Americans currently under a state or local shelter-in-place order, a majority of individuals are driving far less than they normally would. On top of that, with non-essential businesses being forced to close in several states, unemployment and other financial hardships are on the rise. Therefore, in a bid...

Top 10 Personal Finance Articles of the Month — March 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. With March 2020 feeling like the longest month in human history, many of the articles featured this time around relate to the COVID-19 pandemic and,...

Money at 30: Silver Linings — How this Crisis Might Help My Finances in the Long Run 3

As I'm sure I don't need to tell you, now is quite a strange time in America and other countries around the world. On the whole, things are decidedly not so great. At the same time, there have also been plenty of "silver linings" and pieces of good news that...

Money at 30: Save Money on Essentials with These Apps and Tools 3

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...

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...