Healthcare savings accounts (HSA) are one of the most useful but misunderstood, and rarely used, healthcare financing options.
We’re showing you three ways that you can actually build your credit score.
We’ve been talking about the importance of establishing a credit history, but equally as important is understanding how credit bureaus determine your credit score.
Credit histories are referenced all throughout our adult lives, so it’s important to start building one as soon as you can.
Purchasing things with a credit card is a great way to establish a credit history, but it is important to be strict and vigilant when paying it off.
Whether you like it or not, it is essential for U.S. adults to have a credit history.
It’s important to construct your finances to ensure that compound interest is always working for you, not against you.
When creating a financial plan or budgeting, financial calculators -- often used by professionals -- are a great tool.
Financial experts urge people to save a certain amount of money in their bank account for emergency purposes.
One of the most rarely used and misunderstood financing options is a health care savings account (HSA), and it can offer significant benefits.
Whenever the government starts giving out money, scammers start sniffing around.
Over the past few weeks, the federal government has been depositing expanded child tax credit payments to families due to the pandemic.
Michigan residents who paid taxes on unemployment benefits in 2020 must file an amended tax return with the state in order to get those taxes back.
Michigan families and students looking to save up for school can invest in a tax-free 529 savings plan through the Michigan Education Savings Program (MESP).
Scammers will attempt to retrieve your personal Medicare number.
If you’re nearing the age of 65 and thinking about retirement, you should also be thinking about your health insurance.
Americans nearing the age of 65 should be thinking about Medicare, a federal health insurance, and what it can offer.
Americans nearing the age of 65 should be taking time to understand the many components of Medicare, a federal health insurance.
It’s important to understand Medicare's several steps in order to choose the right plan when it comes the time.
If you’re planning to retire soon, there are some steps you should take before you file that paperwork.
Couples who are planning to get married should have “the talk” about their finances and establish a joint financial plan ahead of time.
The 2021 tax season officially ended on May 17 -- so if you missed the tax filing deadline, what do you do?
The 2021 tax season officially ends Monday at midnight, but experts are encouraging people not to simply “file and forget.”
Millions of Americans leave millions of dollars in tax refunds on the table each year by not filing their taxes.
Under the U.S.’ American Rescue Plan, unemployment benefits received in 2020 are not taxable -- to a certain extent.
It may seem backward, but the truth is: It’s better if aren’t receiving a large tax refund this tax season.
The U.S. government’s American Rescue Plan has changed how unemployment benefits are taxed amid the coronavirus pandemic.