Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: How to get your savings resolution back on track. Also in the news: Where to look if your small business can’t get a PPP loan, breaking down the tax implications of PPP loans, and when you might get your $1,400 relief check.

Broke Your Savings Resolution? How to Get Back on Track
It’s not too late.

Where to Look If Your Small Business Can’t Get a PPP Loan
Small-business owners can turn to other SBA loans and grants from state and local agencies and organizations.

Breaking Down the Tax Implications of PPP Loans
Expenses paid with a PPP loan can be deducted on your taxes, even if that loan is forgiven.

When Will You Get Your $1,400 Relief Check?
It’s going to be a few weeks.

Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: What to know before accepting COVID-19 credit card relief. Also in the news: You can now get free weekly credit reports, how to get money to family and friends in a crisis, and what your small business should do with its Paycheck Protection Program loan.

What to Know Before Accepting COVID-19 Credit Card Relief
Beware the fine print.

You Can Now Get Free Weekly Credit Reports — Here’s How to Use Them
Keeping a close eye on your credit.

How to Get Money to Family and Friends in a Crisis
Watch out for fees.

Your small business got a Paycheck Protection Program loan. Now what?
The best ways to strategize.

Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: Mad at Equifax? Use that fuel to boost your cybersecurity. Also in the news: What to weight when considering a secured credit card, what not to do on your Facebook small business page, and 3 mistakes to avoid when picking a Medicare plan in open enrollment.

Mad at Equifax? Use That Fuel to Boost Your Cybersecurity
Batten down the hatches.

What to Weigh When Considering a Secured Credit Card
Things to watch out for.

What Not to Do on Your Facebook Small-Business Page
Setting the right tone.

Avoid these 3 mistakes when picking a Medicare plan during open enrollment
Choose wisely.

Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

wall_street_zombie_moneyToday’s top story: How to handle “expired” debt. Also in the news: Ways to avoid a disclosure catastrophe after closing on your new home, why your small business should have its own credit score, and why you should skip the extended warranty and save the money instead.

How to Handle Time-Barred Debt
Beware of “zobmie debt.”

5 Ways to Avoid a Disclosure Catastrophe After Closing
Pay close attention to the listing language.

Your Small Business Should Have Its Own Credit Score
Protecting your personal credit.

Skip the Extended Warranty and Save the Money Instead
Build a repair savings account instead.

Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

Zemanta Related Posts ThumbnailToday’s top story: What happens if you get caught lying on your FAFSA? Also in the news: Why your financial life is a mess, which interest rate you should choose, and the credit score every small business owner should understand.

What Happens If You Lie on Your FAFSA?
Resist the temptation.

Fixed or Variable: Which Interest Rate Should You Choose?
Which interest rate is best for you?

The Credit Score Every Small Business Owner Needs to Understand
Introducing the FICO SBSS.

Top Seven Reasons Why Your Financial Life Is A Mess
Getting your financial house in order.

If You Won’t Remember Something in a Week, Don’t Buy It
Smart advice.

Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: How to tackle debt as a couple. Also in the news: Creating a personal finance statement, the pros and cons of buying pet insurance, and how to have a great first date without going broke. Zemanta Related Posts Thumbnail

6 Tips for Tackling Debt as a Couple
There’s no need to go it alone.

Will Your Personal Financial Statement Surprise You?
If you’re looking to start a small business, a personal financial statement is a must.

Should you buy pet insurance?
Keeping your four-legged friend healthy can become expensive.

How to Be a Cheap First Date
Making a great first impression without going broke.

How to Pay for Cancer Treatment When You’re Broke
Help is available.