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Mary Svoboda, Interim President and CEO of Jax Federal Credit Union joins us on the Morning Show with some helpful financial tips.
Gen Z needs to get comfortable with being uncomfortable.
For years, student loan borrowers have suffered under the weight of excessive debt and interest. That’s about to change.
So far, 2020 has been a year of disruption for many Americans. Finances and lives have been upended by the mental, physical and economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. And now, another threat looms: storm and wildfire season.
In times of economic volatility, such as the current downturn due to the coronavirus pandemic, many people begin to question whether they’re financially prepared and capable of managing their money well.
Do not give out your PayPal account information, Social Security number, bank account number or anything else if someone claims such information is essential to sign you up for a stimulus check relating to the coronavirus pandemic.
Yesterday, President Trump announced that he would be freezing student loan interest as part of his national emergency declaration regarding the Coronavirus outbreak.
Stocks rose sharply on Monday in volatile trading as Wall Street attempted to pare losses incurred during the worst week since the financial crisis amid fears of the coronavirus outbreak.